Voters Guide: Tracy Greever-Rice

Friday, March 12, 2010 | 5:51 p.m. CST; updated 12:14 p.m. CDT, Friday, March 26, 2010

Tracy Greever RiceTracy Greever-Rice, 46, is the associate director of the MU Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis. She is currently the vice chairwoman on the Columbia Visioning Commission and is an alternate on the Columbia Board of Adjustment. Greever-Rice is running on a platform of job creation and workforce development, improving infrastructure, public safety and transparent government.

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Tracy Greever-Rice

ADDRESS: 602 Redbud Lane

PERSONAL: Age 46. She is married to Glenn Rice and has one son, Charlie, 12, and one daughter, Kate, 18.

OCCUPATION: Associate director of community and economic development at the MU Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis.

EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in sociology from MU, 1985; master's degree in community development from MU, 1993; and a doctorate in rural sociology from MU, 1997. She also is pursuing a master's degree in journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism.


  • Member of the Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission and the Energy and Environment Commission, 1995-98.
  • Vice chairwoman of the Columbia Vision Commission.
  • Alternate on the Columbia Board of Adjustment.
  • Treasurer of the Quarry Heights Homeowners Association.
  • Vice president of the North Central Columbia Neighborhood Association.
  • Former member of the Benton-Stephens Neighborhood Association.

ON THE WEB: Greever-Rice's campaign Web site is She also has a Twitter account.

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