Tracey Hawkins graduated Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude from Ohio Wesleyan University with a BA in Art History and Humanities Classis and went on to earn a MA in Art History from Emory University. She taught Art History at the university level for nearly two decades before joining Cumberland as a Counselor following extensive training at Argosy University and under the tutelage of Cumberland’s own Val Schwann. Tracey has organized, led, and taught study-abroad programs throughout Europe for Emory U., The Art Institute of Atlanta, and Georgia Tech. She has also served as the Director of several Atlanta-area fine art galleries, provides art consultation and curatorial services to private clients, and serves as an artists’ representative and social-media manager. Additionally, Tracey is a contributing writer and editor to The 30A Review and The GA Hollywood Review.
At Cumberland, Tracey provides Counseling and Executive Functions Coaching to the student population, tutoring as needed, and teaches Art History/Appreciation as well as the Future Prep course in conjunction with Dr. Spargo.