Tracy Brown-May, Opportunity Village's Director of Advocacy, Board and Government Relations was appointed to Assemblywoman for District 42 on Tuesday, February 2nd.
LAS VEGAS — On Tuesday, February 2nd, Tracy Brown-May, Opportunity Village’s Director of Advocacy, Board and Government Relations was appointed to fill the vacancy in Assembly District 42 by the Clark County Commission. She will fulfill the duties of assemblywoman for the remainder of the term, which expires November 8, 2022.
Tracy is now in the process of relocating to Carson City until the conclusion of the Legislative Session. She will remain a dedicated team member at Opportunity Village during her term.
“Opportunity Village is excited to have a nonprofit advocate in the Chamber of the Assembly,” said Bob Brown, President & CEO of Opportunity Village.
“I am honored to be appointed to Assembly District 42,” Tracy Brown-May said. “We are all too aware of the hardships our families are facing and I’m humbled to be trusted to help lead our families towards a healthy and economic recovery. I do not take this charge lightly and I am ready to put my years of experience advocating for people with disabilities to work immediately. I know we have a long way to go as we recover from the impacts of COVID-19, and I am ready to get to work right away.”
Tracy has served as the organization’s public policy liaison for the past 15+ years. Educated at Northeastern University (NEU) and the College of Southern Nevada (CSN), Tracy’s focus is on public policy, public administration, and healthcare management. She is an accomplished corporate trainer and public speaker and has extensive experience in the fields of advocacy, fundraising, and employee development. Tracy is also a member of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Executive Women in Leadership, a graduate of the Public Policy Leadership Series, and a founding member of the A-Team NV. Currently serving as A-Team NV’s Treasurer- an organization focusing on advocacy, awareness, and advisement for people with disabilities. Tracy is a dedicated wife, proud mother of three young adults, and is an avid cyclist.
Erin Mowry, R&R Partners
Marty Wood, Opportunity Village