Tracy Suter

Tracy Suter

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Tracy Suter joined the READ USA team in December 2023 as the Bookkeeping and Compliance Coordinator. In this role, she is responsible for supporting READ USA program directors with tracking grant-funded program budgets and reporting on program expenditures, ensuring alignment and compliance with grant requirements. She also supports READ USA leadership with new employee onboarding, payroll, and general accounting duties.

Prior to READ USA, Tracy worked at the Charles Webb Wesconnett Regional Library within the Jacksonville Public Library system as a customer experience associate in the children’s department. Driven by her love for books and reading, Tracy helped library patrons identify and procure materials relevant to their interests and age-appropriate reading levels. She also played an active role in moderating youth programs and promoting the library’s programming and resources within the community.

Before joining the Jacksonville Public Library, Tracy ran her own virtual assistant company and supported small business owners with website, email marketing, bookkeeping, and administrative tasks. She previously performed similar responsibilities as a virtual assistant for First Coast Virtual Assistants, providing ongoing administrative support and managing short-term projects for business executives and their teams.

Tracy has a passion for childhood education, and from 2011-2019, she homeschooled her children through elementary school and taught a range of classes for multiple other children through a homeschool co-op. During this time, she also volunteered in a number of leadership roles with MOPS, an international nonprofit that supports mothers of young children through peer-support groups and other resources. She also served as a manager and educational coordinator for the Old Florida Museum in St. Augustine, which offers an interactive, hands-on museum experience for school groups, where she was responsible for nearly all day-to-day operations.


Tracy is known among her family and friends to participate in various reading challenges throughout the year while cultivating a passion for reading with her children. She frequently reads with her children – last year, they finished the Harry Potter series together – and she is an avid listener of audio books. Tracy earned her bachelor’s in human development with a concentration on early childhood education from Cornell University.