Chief Executive Officer

Tracey draws on her experience from being a Registered Nurse for over 23 years to advance the home infusion industry. She began the infusion arm of Canadian Valley Medical Solutions in 1993, subsequently developing it into the largest and most venerated home infusion business in the state of Oklahoma. Tracey has found great success by leveraging technology to provide patients with the most advanced therapies available, while providing the same exceptional level of service offered throughout CVMS.

As the CEO of CVMS, Tracey implemented strategies to ensure that the quality of care was never compromised throughout the company’s rapid growth. The company grew to become dominate in the independent home healthcare in the state of Oklahoma and was acquired in 2006 by a Fortune 50 company in the medical industry.

In 2000-2001, Tracey participated in the IWF (International Women’s Federation) Leadership Foundation Fellows Program, a training program designed to aid ”up-and-coming” women at corporations, in academia, in government and in the non-profit sector with the tools, information and resources they need to shatter the glass ceiling. Her year-long participation in this unique program included participation in Executive Programs at both Harvard and Cambridge.

Tracey was honored as the first inductee into the Woman of the Year Hall of Fame, and was the only candidate recognized three times in The Journal Record’s “50 Women Making A Difference,” an honor she received in recognition of her numerous contributions to her community and her diligence in promoting women in business.

Tracey has served on several boards, including the OKC Women’s Business Center as President, Oklahoma Association for Homecare, American Heritage Bank Advisory Board and the Redlands Community College Foundation Board of Directors.

Tracey holds a degree in nursing from Redlands Community College.