Women in Leadership Lunch with Tracy Stopler
The Women’s in Leadership Lunch allows women who are staff or faculty members at Adelphi to share their stories of success with female identifying students. This space provides an opportunity for students to hear about their life experiences, careers and goals, as well as successes and challenges they’ve faced through their career, ultimately leading them in roles they are in today.
Tracy Stopler M.S., R.D., is a registered dietitian in private practice in Plainview. She earned her Master’s Degree in nutrition from New York University and two certificates in Clinical Training for Mind/Body Medicine from Harvard Medical School (2010, 2019). Tracy loves teaching and has been an adjunct nutrition professor at Adelphi University for twenty-six years. Tracy was the Enough Abuse Campaign Coordinator at The Safe Center, served as a volunteer SAFER Advocate (Survivor Advocate for Emergency Response), and as a child victim’s advocate. Tracy’s TEDx talk about overcoming childhood trauma earned her a standing ovation. Her favorite personal achievements have been summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro and completing her award-winning novels, The Ropes That Bind and My Brother Javi: A Dog’s Tale. Her third novel, We All Fall Down, is expected to be published in 2024.