Tracey Jones is a Lecturer in Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, teaches ESL Methodology in the Curriculum and Instruction Department of the School of Education, and English for the GGP.
Originally from Los Angeles, Tracey holds three Master’s degrees: one in Education, one in TESOL, and one in Spanish linguistics and Spanish literature. She has over 20 years of experience teaching language learners from children to adults. Tracey is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Bilingual Education and TESOL from New Mexico State University.
On-campus, Tracey is actively engaging with the Center for Academic Success and Engagement (CASE) as the Faculty Mentor lead for the First Generation Student Support Program. She also travels with the Undergraduate Admissions recruiting teams to California & South Texas. Tracey serves as an advisor for the Hispanic Student Association, a faculty liaison to the Baylor and Beyond Living and Learning Center, and a mentor in the Women in the Academy program. Each summer she assists with the Baylor School of Education in Costa Rica Study Abroad program, where Baylor students co-teach in a bilingual school, travel, and engage in service-learning projects all over the country.
Tracey’s favorite Baylor experience so far has been the honor of hosting All-University Sing in Spring 2018. She and her husband have five children, and in her free time, Tracey enjoys cooking, reading, and practicing yoga.