Dr. Tracey Shenell is a dynamic speaker, insightful coach, and engaging consultant. Her work in multi-ethnic, multi-generational, and multi-socioeconomic communities enables her to have keen insight into the intersectional reality of people.
As a coach, Dr. Tracey walks with clients as they seek to reach personal goals and navigate life challenges and transitions. As a consultant, she guides her clients while they do deep internal reflections as they pursue justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout their organizations. As an adjunct faculty, she mentors and teaches students as they grow into leaders. Dr. Tracey teaches and trains on a variety of topics with clarity, inspiration, and practicality to help people and teams move forward.
In her 20 years of experience, she has developed, coached, and trained diverse leaders, volunteers, and staff in 1-on-1 and team-building settings. Dr. Tracey has spent the last two decades in Southern California working for and with non-profits and churches in marginalized communities as they seek racial and social justice.
She has a BA in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from DePaul University, an MDiv, and a DMin from Fuller Seminary, where she focused on Urban Ministries & Studies. She completed her doctoral studies on examining the role of race, class, and gender plays in one’s identity formation. She is a certified Personal Development Life Coach through LeaderBreakthru, a certified RelateStrong Facilitator, and received her DEI certification through the National EIDA Center.