Tracey Easterling

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Greenville SC, 29607

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A native of Natchez, Mississippi, Tracey attended the University of Mississippi where she majored in Business with a minor in Fashion Merchandising. Work brought Tracey to SC in 2007 and Greenville is where she and her three children: Mary Margaret, Banks and Russell call home. A believer in supporting the education system, Tracey has held numerous volunteer roles in the public school system including PTA president at Bethel Elementary and PTA treasurer and business development officer at Monarch Elementary. She is currently an Executive Board Member of Mauldin High School’s Athletic Booster Club where she has served as treasurer and chaired Mauldin’s first “Meet the Mavs”! Professionally, Tracey was a senior pharmaceutical sales representative for Merck and GlaxoSmithKline before staying home with her children until they started school. Tracey reentered the work force as a non-profit development director for the YMCA and Senior Action before she joined Flagship Commercial. Tracey is a member of Simpsonville First Baptist Church, GGAR, and a HUGE Ole Miss fan. 

In 2021, Tracey started with Flagship as the commercial coordinator focusing on office policies and procedures, multi-media marketing, transaction coordination, market research and analytics. With a proven background in sales and a love for connecting people and community resources, it only made sense for Tracey to transition from coordinator to commercial sales and leasing. As an agent, Tracey will focus on retail and office. 

Tracey learned work ethic and gained a love for the outdoors from her dad, “you have to work hard to play hard and love Jesus”. In her free time Tracey can be found supporting her children who are active in lacrosse, baseball and Young Life or joining them outdoors to fish, hunt or taking road trips to see her daughter at Samford or heading to an SEC game, tailgating in the grove and watching the boys in powder blue.