Tracy Levine is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years of experience in behavioral health and direct services. Tracy earned both a bachelor's degree in Sociology/Communication and her Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan, as well as a certificate in Non-Profit Executive Leadership.
Tracy is the Executive Director of the Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute for Mental Health Education at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her passion for service and dedication to improving the lives of others is proven through years of leading programs focused on building resilience, strengthening family relationships, and supporting children, families, and emerging adults. Her recent experience includes serving in senior level leadership roles as Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, and Executive Director in the areas of child and family services, clinical services, and substance use disorders treatment. Additionally, Tracy serves as an adjunct faculty in TCSPP’s Master of Counseling Psychology Program, teaching Assessment and Treatment Planning of Children and Adolescents.
Tracy is a skilled educator, trainer and presenter and an adept advocate for the coordination and implementation of trauma-informed community-based programming that fosters inclusivity and meets the needs of the under resourced, reducing stigma and supplying support and hope. She is currently a board member of Childcare Network of Evanston and the Board President of Mental Health America - North Shore.