Tracey M. Lauterborn’s education consists of a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from University of Southern California, a Master's in Business Administration from Arizona State University, and a Master's in International Management from Thunderbird, School of Global Management.
She has taught at Grand Canyon University since 2015, and she is a full-time faculty member in the Colangelo College of Business. She teaches MGT 455: Production and Operations Management and BIT-200: Introduction to Computer Technology, for which she is the course lead. Tracey really enjoys teaching these two specific courses. They allow her to help students develop strong technology skills at the beginning of their college experience and see how these skills develop by the end of their academic journey.
Tracey has spent 10 years working in the private sector for various companies in the area of global operations management. She has taught higher education courses for over 15 years, and she utilizes personalized approaches to establish and build relationships with her students. This helps her to develop a better understanding of their learning processes and the appropriate teaching style to apply. She is currently researching the effects of student assessment in business technology courses.
Tracey has lived in Phoenix for over 20 years. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family. Her weekends are usually spent attending her daughters’ soccer games and swim meets.