Tracy Rogers-Tryba is a Research Fellow at Northern Illinois University’s Center for P-20 Engagement. Tracy contributed to the development of Huskie Hack, a new program focused on digital literacy involving computer coding and hacking skills for innovative community problem solving. Her prior extensive international experiences in Africa, South America, Europe, and the South Pacific with the National Security Agency uniquely qualify her work on “global” projects, including community building through collective impact and dialogue activities, serving as co-investigator on an economic and entrepreneurial education program in South Africa, as well as assisting in the development of several new summer camps on coding and curriculum on global leadership skills. With her dual B.A. in international relations and communications, M.S.Ed. in adult and higher education, she continues to learn, engaging in coursework on her Ed.D. in community development.
2017 — Northern Illinois University Center for P-20 Engagement.