Welcome Tracy Jackson
Thanking our Women United Council Members

United Way Hero

We are excited to welcome Tracy Jackson to the Women United leadership council!  

Tracy Jackson is a seasoned and professional business leader who works for SAFE Credit Union as Executive Vice-President, Chief Human Resources Officer. Previously, she worked for another large credit union as well as at other companies such as State Farm Insurance, Apple Computers, Cache Creek Casino Resort, and Sleep Train/Mattress Firm. With over 20 years in human resources, and more than 10 years as an executive, Tracy brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise.  

Tracy is also skilled at dealing with employee relations issues, implementing learning programs, creating benefits plans, and administering deferred compensation plans.  In her spare time, she volunteers in her community, at her church or with her sorority, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. She is also an instructor at California State University at Sacramento at the College of Continuing Education.  She has been a speaker for multiple conferences and has a passion to serve people and organizations. 

Tracy is a proud alumna of San Diego State University, where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in 1993. Since then, she’s achieved the designations of Senior Professional in HR (SPHR) and her Senior Certified Professional from Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM). 
Tracy has been married for over 20 years and has three daughters of her own, plus an exchange student from Brazil who she also fondly refers to as her daughter.  Tracy has been hosting exchange students for years, and interestingly enough, she also hosted the uncle of her current student from Brazil.  Tracy enjoys traveling, spending time with her family, music, or going to sporting events.  

Tracy is excited to be a part of United Way’s Women United so that she can continue to work with underserved and at-risk populations.  Tracy is especially passionate about helping children, particularly foster children, disadvantaged youth and/or children of color.  ​