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  • TouretteConnect June 2018

  • Tracey Alexander – Director of Development

    Tracey Alexander Director of Development Tracey joined the Tourette Association in September of 2017 as the National Director of Development. In this role, she manages national fundraising and revenue development for the TAA including all fundraising programs such as our national Team Tourette events, special events including our annual Gala and golf outing, national marathons and third party fundraising activities. Working closely with our Chapter, Marketing and Research & Medical Program Departments, she also creates funding programs to help raise TS awareness by developing grant, foundation and individual giving platforms, donor stewardship and TAA membership programs, and creating strategic corporate partnerships to further the mission of the TAA. Tracey has worked in the nonprofit field for over 20 years with prior work experience in marketing and advertising. She loves bringing her diverse background to her current role to help raise money for greater awareness and support of the TS community. A mom of three and an avid runner, Tracey enjoys spending time on the beach, skiing in the winter and exploring the neighborhoods of Brooklyn, NY, where she currently resides.

  • Let’s Not Forget About The Adults of Tourette

  • A note from the Cavour Family

  • TouretteConnect April 2018

  • TouretteConnect March 2018

  • Browser UPDATE

  • TouretteConnect February 2018

    TouretteConnect February 2018 featuring the National Education Conference, Newly Diagnosed Seminar, Alternative & Complementary Therapies for TS webinar, Tourette Syndrome study, and much more!

  • TouretteConnect January 2018

    Tourette Connect January 2018 issue featuring the National Education Conference, Advocacy Day, educating the educators on TS, deep brain stimulation, a new online support group, the Movement Disorders Policy Coalition, and the National Awareness Walk

  • 2017 Year In Review

    2017 Year In Review!! Over the last year we have fostered new discoveries into the genetics behind Tourette Syndrome, raised awareness through national media, provided support and other information to our chapters around the country, and received the Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar.