Tracey Rabathaly-Thomas, MPA is a Program Manager/Care Coordinator at Louisiana Mental Health Perinatal Partnership. She previously worked as the Senior Program Coordinator/Family Advocate at the Fussy Baby Network® New Orleans & Gulf Coast/TBEARS Program. Tracey received her Bachelor of Science degree from Xavier University of New Orleans in Psychology, and her Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Walden University. She initially worked as a Foster Care Worker in Southfield, Michigan and moved backed to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and obtained a position as a Care Manager/Case Manager with the Office of Behavior Health (Early Childhood Supports and Services). She also worked intermittently as a Program Director for OBH for 3 years. Tracey also worked as a Case Manager/Community Resources Liaison for Tulane Infant Mental Health Services (TIMHS) before coming to Louisiana Mental Health Perinatal Partnership Program. Her work in case management and community advocacy spans over 18 years. She has worked in the mental health field for over 13 years and has been trained in Infant Mental Health. She is dedicated to being an advocate for families, and also assisting families with accessing supports and services in the community. Tracey also has a history with working closely with various community agencies and programs as a bridge for families in need of supports and services.