Tracy Little, MBA, Director of Wraparound and Fidelity
As a former foster parent and legal guardian to children with mental health needs, Tracy is both a consumer and a seasoned Wraparound Practitioner. Wraparound Fidelity Liaison for Brevard Family Partnership and Brevard C.A.R.E.S. provides classroom training of Wraparound 101, Wraparound 201, Advanced Facilitation Trainings, technical assistance, coaching, and mentoring. Tracy is a master practitioner who serves the system of care as he ensures continuous quality improvement of Wraparound and Family Team Conferencing and collects and uses data from the WOF to coach, mentor, and supervise Wraparound trainees and practitioners. In addition, Tracy serves as a Master Trainer and Consultant at the National Center for Innovation and Excellence.
Tracy has been involved in human services for many years and truly exemplifies family-centered, youth-driven care values. Tracy will stop at nothing to impart hope to those he encounters. His motto is to do whatever it takes, and that he does. No matter where he goes or who he works with, Tracy is a role model and agent of change.
Tracy was instrumental in launching Brevard County’s signature child abuse prevention program, Brevard C.A.R.E.S., as the first Prevention and Diversion Care Coordinator hired in August of 2005. Since then, he has led the program as the Program Manager and now leads our System of Care’s Wraparound efforts as the Wraparound Fidelity Liaison and member of the National Replication Team, most recently named the 2015 Child Abuse Prevention Task Force CAP Leader.
Recognized nationally for his work in youth advocacy, Tracy has provided training for the National Wraparound Initiative in the area of Initial Family Engagement and the role of the Family Partner. He holds a Master of Business Administration and has 20 years of experience in child welfare and mental health. He also serves as a National Consultant and Trainer in family strengthening models.