Start With Why. ~Simon Sinek

Tracy Vroom’s work is based on her core belief that the quality of the experiences of our aunties, cousins, and friends depends on the concerted effort of their organizations to invest in developing their talents and interests in positive work environments. Tracy’s work is to create and nurture that effort.  An employee’s value should be reflected not only in her compensation but—perhaps more importantly—in an organization’s investment in retaining, developing, and promoting her. It’s clear from the research that when an employee’s dedication to her work is cultivated and deepened, the organization wins.  And hey, if that results in uncovering ways to match the billion dollar market of multicultural clients and consumers, and making my business interests a ton of money, so be it!

Tracy Vroom’s work is based on her core belief that the quality of the experiences of our aunties, cousins, and friends depends on the concerted effort of their organizations to invest in developing their talents and interests in positive work environments. Tracy’s work is to create and nurture that effort.

An employee’s value should be reflected not only in her compensation but—perhaps more importantly—in an organization’s investment in retaining, developing, and promoting her. It’s clear from the research that when an employee’s dedication to her work is cultivated and deepened, the organization wins.

And hey, if that results in uncovering ways to match the billion dollar market of multicultural clients and consumers, and making my business interests a ton of money, so be it!


 

Workplaces aren’t just “places.” Workplaces are people.

Tracy is driven by her mission to improve workplace culture so that people can develop their talents and interests in positive work environments. Throughout her career, Tracy has been drawn to assisting organizations with accomplishing their business goals through human resources strategy. 

As a former law firm associate, as employment counsel, and a former business owner, Tracy is keenly attuned to the function of HR as it relates to overall business strategy. As a an Employment Attorney with The E.W. Scripps Company, Tracy looks beyond merely addressing conflicts.

Tracy Vroom has over a decade of experience counseling business executives on labor and employment matters. In her capacity as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”), she prosecuted violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and the Occupational Safety and Health Act (“OSHA”). In that role, she also investigated DOL employee allegations of unfair employment practices and counseled DOL managers on best practices related to the allegations and conducted training for staff. Tracy served as a Department of Justice, Special Assistant U.S. Attorney and earned the Secretary of Labor’s Award for Exceptional Litigation. 

Prior to joining the DOL, Tracy was a law clerk to the Hon. Petrese B. Tucker, U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.