FEATURED MOVER | Tracy Davis, The Baltimore Station

The Baltimore Station, an organization that provides individuals who suffer from homelessness or substance abuse disorder with residential and outpatient treatment programs, named Tracy Davis as director of residential programs.

In this role, Davis is responsible for overseeing residential and clinical programming and operations to ensure programmatic excellence, promote mission-aligned practices and strengthen valuable professional relationships and partnerships. She will also supervise all program staff members to outline work responsibilities and develop educational efforts.

Davis joins The Baltimore Station with over eight years’ experience in management and outreach therapy. As a licensed clinical professional counselor and Maryland Board Approved Supervisor, Davis retains advanced analytical, interpersonal and clinical skills to help fellow practitioners, patients and stakeholders excel within programs and counseling.


Tracy Davis, director of residential programs with The Baltimore Station.


Resides in:

Anne Arundel County


Master of Arts in counseling psychology from Bowie State University, Adlerian Track

If you had not chosen your current profession, what profession would you choose and why?

I really enjoyed credentialing doctors and nurses at Doctor’s Community Hospital and I loved recruiting for the City of Annapolis Police Department, so I would be either a Credentialing Specialist and/or a Recruiter.  I love people and helping so I would still be in a career that helps people.

Favorite vacation:

My favorite and most recent vacation was the beaches of Antigua, July 2019

When I want to relax, I … :

Pretend I’m on a tropical beach listening to the ocean and nature, allowing the smell of clean air to take me away from my thoughts.

Favorite movies:

“The Wiz,” “Grease” and “The Lost Boys” (in that order)

Favorite books:

“The Coldest Winter Ever,” by Sister Souljah

Favorite quotation:

“A Dream written down with a date becomes a Goal; A Goal broken down into steps becomes a Plan; A Plan backed by Action becomes Reality” — Author unknown

“Forgiveness does not erase the memory of an experience. It neutralizes it’s impact,” — Ilyanla Vanzant

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