Tracy Walker

Director of Field Relations

Tracy received her MSW in 2001 from Arizona State University. She joined the field office in 2008. Tracy brings extensive experience in the provision, supervision and administration of children and family services such as foster care, Multi-systemic Therapy, preventive services, therapeutic family intervention, therapeutic wrap around services, kinship care and independent living services to youth aging out of the foster care system.

Tracy sits on the Board of Directors of Huntington Family Center and serves on the steering committee for National Association of Social Workers CNY Division.

Tracy teaches Social Work 714: Supervision, Consultation and Staff Development which she redesigned significantly. This course is taught to second year graduate students and to agency based supervisors who are seeking to upgrade their supervisory skills. Tracy provides training and consultation on supervision throughout the practice community. She has taught SWK 436/446: Field Seminar I and II in which senior BSSW students are supported to integrate classroom theory with their concurrent field placement experience and in Fall 2012 will teach SWK 301: Foundations of Social Work Practice.

Tracy serves as placement planner and liaison for MSW students. Tracy is the field program’s primary resource for placements in the Cortland/Tompkins/Broome counties, She is an advisor for MSW students and serves on the MSW Program Committee.


Master of Social Work, School of Social Work, Arizona State University (2001)

Bachelor of Science-Psychology, State University of New York College at Brockport (1994)


SWK671/672/771/772 Field Instruction

SWK 435/436: Field Practicum

SWK 436/446: Field Integrative Seminar I & II

SWK 714: Supervision, Consultation and Staff Development