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Traci Lacy


Traci Lacy
Traci Lacy
Associate Director of Partnership Services
Office: Rudder Tower 8th Floor
Phone Number: 979-845-3099
Email: tlacy@tamu.edu
Duties:

Facilitates the development, coordination, and processing of international academic Memorandum of Agreement documents, University Fulbright Liaison, Public Partnership & Outreach Export Control Officer.

Ms. Lacy’s primary responsibility is to provide faculty members and departmental staff information and guidance in the development and processing of international academic agreements that document and outline cooperative activity related to student and faculty exchange and the development of research projects. Ms. Lacy provides an initial review of documents and oversees the administrative processing of international Memorandum Agreement documents. Ms. Lacy is assisting Public Partnership & Outreach in the development of an interactive database that will facilitate archiving and reporting Texas A&M University's international activity. In addition, she is designated as the University’s Fulbright Scholar Liaison and with the Dean of Faculties’ Office, hosts an annual Fulbright Workshop intended to inform and guide faculty as they begin their Fulbright journey. Coinciding with the Fulbright Workshop, Ms. Lacy, with the Fulbright Association, holds an annual reception honoring Fulbright Scholars: Past, Present, and Future. Ms. Lacy also provides administrative support for the International Programs Committee of the Faculty Senate. 

Ms. Lacy presented to a delegation representing 90 countries titled, “Mapping a Global Footprint through the Development of a Comprehensive Database” at the 2015 MoveON Conference held in London, England. She also co-presented a two part workshop titled, “Outcomes-Driven Strategic Planning: New Skills for the International Education Leader” at the 2016 Region III NAFSA Conference held in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Ms. Lacy graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics. Before she began her work at Public Partnership & Outreach she was a Transit Supervisor at Transportation Services.