Tracey Gideon lives in Eddington, Maine with her husband. She has three children. She has been an active member in the bleeding disorders community since 2008 when her son was unexpectedly diagnosed with severe hemophilia at just 2 days old.
Tracey Graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Early Childhood Development and Family Relations and a Bachelor of Science degree.
In her spare time, she likes to enjoy all things outdoors and spend time with family. Together, Tracey and her husband, Jeff, as well as their kids, own and operate Heritage Tackle & Gear which makes Ice Fishing Tip Ups.
Tracey has worked in leadership roles and as a volunteer in non-profits for the past twelve years–serving previously as the Executive Director of the Hemophilia Alliance of Maine (HAM) before their merger with NEHA. Prior to that, she worked at her family business and enjoyed every moment raising her kids. Tracey loves helping people especially those in the bleeding disorders community.