Tracy GreerDigital Media Editor
Tracy is a Digital Media Editor in Phoenix. The position satisfies both her inner tech geek and her passion for journalism. She previously held a similar position for the North County Times in San Diego County, California. Before switching to the news side, Tracy earned her stripes with more than a decade of experience in sports media. She covered everything from high school kids to pros and worked in print, television, publishing, sports information and for a youth sports nonprofit. She holds journalism degrees from New Mexico State University and Northwestern University, and is a member of the Association for Women in Sports Media (AWSM). A native New Mexican, Tracy has lived in four of the seven Fronteras locations: Las Cruces, Tucson, Phoenix and San Diego.
A Whole Foods Market store in the state's largest city is coming under fire for suspending two employees who said they complained about not being allowed to speak Spanish at work.
Two former coaches for the Chivas USA Youth Academy soccer program have filed a lawsuit against a Major League Soccer club, alleging they were fired for not being Latino.
The week's top stories from Fronteras: The Changing America Desk.
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