Tracey Costikyan Alexander is VP, Resource Development and Chapter Services for the TAA, bringing more than 25 years of experience in nonprofit and corporate business development. Tracey leads efforts to identify and facilitate development of new revenue structures including philanthropic gifts, grants, national special event fundraising programs, and the development of corporate/community partnership programs. Working closely with other senior leadership team members, she assists in strategically guiding the organization in growth and sustainability. In addition to managing the TAAs development teams, she oversees the development and growth of the national chapter and support group network, as well as implementing a broad range of national awareness campaigns to build additional programming and support throughout the US.
Tracey has held positions with other prestigious nonprofit organizations including the American Heart Association, the March of Dimes and JDRF as Community and Regional Directors, working to build brand awareness and advancing the development of both new and existing revenue programs. Tracey is a graduate of Sawyer Business School, is a national Certified Professional Coach focusing in business development, and holds a State of NJ Department of Health & Office of Emergency Medical Services EMT Certification, and has held positions on select nonprofit boards. She resides in NYC.