Tracy Turner was born and raised on a ranch in a small town in South Texas. She spent most of her youth playing tennis and ended up at a tennis academy for high school. In high school Tracy was ranked as high as #1 in the state of Texas and top 100 in the nation. After high school she was recruited by many colleges, but the beauty of Boulder, Colorado won her over. Tracy had spent may winters in Colorado with her family skiing so was excited to would get to spend time there playing tennis. At the time, Colorado was still in the Big 12, so she made it back to Texas throughout the year to play all the Texas schools. During college, Tracy was on the Big 12 Conference Commissioners Honor Roll every semester, a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, a student member of the NCAA Athletics Certification Committee and a member of the Delta Delta Delta Sorority.
Tracy graduated from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2002 with a degree in Communications. After college, tennis was still her passion, so she taught tennis and worked at a law firm for about two years before moving back to Texas.
After moving back to Texas, Tracy applied, and was accepted at South Texas College of Law in Houston. While in law school Tracy was a part of the research team for Methodist Hospital's study on clinical trials in the United States compared to those in other countries, was a law clerk for a firm in Houston, and got married. To say Tracy likes to stay busy is an understatement. Tracy was also a member of the Phi Delta Phi Honors Fraternity.
After law school, Tracy moved to Dallas and joined a firm focusing on real estate and consumer litigation. She litigated a lot in Federal and State District Court. In 2013, Tracy joined John Brusniak and his firm focusing solely on property tax litigation. Since then, Tracy has represented numerous Fortune 500 companies, real estate investment firms, non-profits, oil and gas companies, churches, and all different types of commercial property owners – big and small.
Tracy is also a member of the 2016-2017 State Bar of Texas Leadership Academy and sits on the board of the National Association of Property Tax Attorneys. Tracy is the co-author of the Texas chapter of the American Bar Association Desk Book and on the planning committee of the Texas Ad Valorem Legal Seminar. Tracy has also spoken at the State Bar's Property Tax Conference and Ad Valorem Legal Seminar.
In her free time, Tracy enjoys spending time with her husband and twin girls. They love to travel and look forward to their yearly trips to the beach and the mountains.