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WOMEN’S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IS NOT YOUR MOTHER’S CHAMBER New: Season, Board, Events, Logo, and the First Ever Male Board Member West Palm Beach, FL, August 23, 2018 – The Women’s Chamber of Commerce began their new year fiscal year with a statement, “This isn’t your...
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The Women’s Chamber Foundation awarded a record number of scholarships in 2018. Every year the Foundation raises funds to support scholarships for deserving women and girls who aspire to achieve economic success through higher education.
New Member Spotlight
Tracy Cender-Gracie is a licensed title agent in the State of Florida and a Palm Beach County native with 29 years of title insurance knowledge and experience. In 1989 she worked side-by-side with a Real Estate Attorney having the opportunity to learn everything about residential & commercial real estate; refinances, FIRPTA, 1031 tax exchange, trusts, probates, as well as short sales. In that time Tracy managed Absolute Title of Wellington from 2003 through 2005.
In July of 2014 Tracy began managing a joint venture with Trident Title, Progressive Title Solutions in Palm Beach Gardens. Progressive Title Solutions was one of the direct in house title companies for Illustrated Properties within Palm Beach County and Martin County.
Presently Tracy is managing her team at Trident with 3 Palm Beach County locations and numerous offices within the State of Florida. Tracy has obtained & maintained a great client-base by providing excellent customer service. Tracy is friendly, helpful, flexible & accessible to her customers & clients at all times.
Trident Title is backed by Fidelity National Title as their underwriter which is ranked 293 on the FORTUNE 500 list of America’s largest companies and is the highest ranked company in the title insurance industry.
Tracy lives in Wellington with her husband, 9 year old son, 20 year old daughter, and lab Molly.Tracy Cender-Gracie
Trudi’s many years as a mortgage professional gives her the expertise needed to help you navigate the mortgage financing process with ease. Coupled with the products that Seacoast has to offer, she is able to find the loan that best fits your needs! Whether a 1st time home buyer or seasoned multi-million dollar buyer, she is there for your specific needs. She has assisted hundreds of families in accomplishing their dreams of homeownership! Trudi’s goal is to be your mortgage banker for life!
Trudi is a board member of the Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce, Treasurer of Natives Helping Natives, Inc. a non-profit organization in Hobe Sound, an active member of the JTHS-Miami, RAPB-GFTL and Palm Beach Associations of Realtors, the Mortgage Banker Association of the Palm Beaches and volunteers at numerous events for other organizations in the area. She was named volunteer of the year 2018 for the Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce and received an award from Seacoast for Top Community Service in 2018.
On a personal note, she is a 2nd generation Floridian born in Lake Worth. In her leisure time she enjoys boating with her husband, traveling to Orlando to spend time with the grandchildren, cooking and reading.Trudi Onus
Thank You for Renewing
Following the devastating hurricane of 1928, community leaders recognized the need for a unified effort to respond to human needs. Therefore, in 1929, several federated organizations were formed in Palm Beach County.
Since that time, the original organizations have undergone many changes in title and structure. At one time, four separate United Way organizations existed in Palm Beach County. In 1987, United Way of Delray Beach and United Way of Greater Boca Raton joined to form United Way of South Palm Beach County. This was followed by the staff consolidation of United Way of Palm Beach County and United Way of South Palm Beach County in 1990. The merger of these organizations was completed in July 1992, forming what is now known as United Way of Palm Beach County, Inc.
Today, United Way of Palm Beach County, Inc. serves all of Palm Beach County except for the island of Palm Beach, which is served by Town of Palm Beach United Way.Lindsey White
The Zoological Society of the Palm Beaches, Inc. (Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society) exists to inspire people to act on behalf of wildlife and the natural world.
We advance our conservation mission through endangered species propagation, education and support of conservation initiatives in the field.
Our commitment to sustainable business practices elevates our capacity to inspire others.Laurie Zelnia