Tracy Hoover is the Chief of Staff of Points of Light. As a member of the CEO’s office, Hoover works in partnership with the CEO to ensure execution of the organization’s vision, mission and annual goals.
Prior to joining Points of Light, Hoover was the CEO of Hands On Atlanta, an organization that connects individuals, families and groups with “hands on” volunteer opportunities. Under her leadership, Hands On Atlanta grew to become one of the country’s premier volunteer mobilization organizations – enabling more than 500,000 hours of volunteer service each year. Hoover led the organization’s successful capital campaign, enabling Hands On Atlanta to purchase its building and also invite HandsOn Network Generated by Points of Light to establish its national headquarters in its downtown Atlanta facility.
Prior to joining Hands On Atlanta, Hoover led the business and financial operations for Episcopal Children’s Services in Jacksonville, Florida, a prominent children’s services and advocacy organization.
Hoover has served in a variety of community leadership roles during her career, including service on the Advisory Boards of The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Junior League of Atlanta, The Georgia Foundation Center and the National Black Arts Festival-Full House Commission. Additionally, she was a member of the Leadership Atlanta Class of 2007, and she was awarded the Harvard Business School Club of Atlanta’s non-profit scholarship to attend Harvard Business School’s non-profit management summer program.
Hoover received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee.