Traci started her career in broadcasting much before Real Estate. Born and raised in Southern California, she grew up in Huntington Beach and went to Marina High. With her outgoing personality and upbeat attitude it’s no wonder she was a cheerleader and homecoming queen . From her early days in high school as editor/contributor to the paper Traci has loved to write. Traci graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in journalism and business administration, a minor in Spanish and a year of studying abroad under her belt. She started writing copy for her college radio station, then magazine writing for PBS and landed her first job writing and producing at KFMB in San Diego. While working in radio, Traci started filling in for the TV newsroom. She was hooked and within months she was a full time writer and back-up producer. Over the next 13 years Traci worked as field reporter at VCNN-TV (Oxnard), Senior Feature Reporter at KSPR-TV (Springfield) and Senior Crime Reporter at WOAI-TV (San Antonio), NBC affiliate. She was an impressive personality with a sharp intuition for news. It was in San Antonio where life took a turn… she was in an accident and had to take a year off for various surgeries. During her recovery, Traci studied to get her real estate license. She returned to California, chosing Ventura to be her home, and got her California RE license. It wasn’t long after that Parker Ann made her debut. Traci loves to work out, read, enjoy good wine and spend crazy girl time with Parker Ann.