Tracey U. Galloway
Chief Executive Officer
Community Cooperative Ministries Inc.
Tracey U. Galloway is originally from Delaware and moved to Fort Myers, Florida, 13 years ago. She has a bachelor’s degree from Northwood University and a Master of Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University, both in Florida. Mrs. Galloway currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Community Cooperative Ministries Inc., an innovative nonprofit 501(c)3 organization made up of social service entrepreneurs fighting to end homelessness and hunger in the Southwest Florida community. Prior to her position with CCMI, Tracey Galloway served as Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations for Edison State College and District Director of Development for Edison College Foundation, Inc., which is the foundation arm of Edison College in Fort Myers, Florida. Under her leadership, the foundation grew to the fifth largest endowment in the Florida Community College System. She also served as the foundation’s Planned Giving Officer, and managed the foundation’s operating budget and staff throughout a five county area. Other community affiliations include Junior League Community Advisory Board, Estate Planning Council, Planned Giving Council, Florida Council for Resource Development, National Council for Resource Development, American Cancer Society, the Heart Association and First Presbyterian Church.