Tracey Kelley has been the Executive assistant since 2006. In this capacity, Tracey schedules meetings with donors, government officials, coalition members, board members and she manages the finances for the organization. Prior to coming to the ACLU-NJ Tracey’s work experience was quite varied. She has been a meeting planner, a customer service representative and an office manager for a non-profit. She has also been an activist in her community working to improve the local school district and is currently the President of The Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County, a religious and philosophic movement that focuses on the worth and dignity of each individual.