Tracie Groh joined the Texas Public Policy Foundation in August of 2015 as the paralegal in the Center for the American Future.   
Tracie considers herself a Texan at heart, having grown up in the Lone Star State from age eight.  She attended high school in San Antonio and graduated summa cum laude from Texas State University in San Marcos with a degree in Communications.  After earning her law degree at Southwestern University School of Law and working in the land use and environmental law arenas, Tracie knew she belonged in the world of legal policy. 
When she’s not supporting the attorneys in the Foundation’s Center for the American Future, Tracie cherishes her time with her husband, their son, two dogs, four cats and close family and friends.