Assistant director of Davis County Animal Care and Control
Tracy Roddom has been with Davis County Animal Care and Control for almost 17 years. Passionate about animals her whole life, Tracy became the animal cruelty investigator for Davis County and successfully prosecuted many cases. Seven years ago, she came into the shelter out of the field and focused on changing people’s perceptions of the shelter. She introduced new programs, pursued grants and worked toward significantly lowering euthanasia numbers. Currently she is the assistant director and manages shelter operations, adoptions, education, safety, emergency preparedness and the volunteer program.
Tracy’s professional accomplishments include animal cruelty investigator with national certification, Animal Control Officer of the Year 2009 (awarded by the Utah Animal Control Officers Association), vice president for the Utah Emergency Animal Response Coalition, past board member for the Utah Animal Control Officers Association, and two deployments with the ASPCA.
Tracy was born and raised in the United Kingdom, emigrating to the states in 1981 with her family. She has two grown married children and two beautiful grandchildren. She owns an acre of land full of rescued animals from the shelter. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her family, gardening, hiking, scuba diving, riding her Harley and traveling.
Saturday, July 16, 2016
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
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