Tracey Smith is the Owner of Rachel Remington Design, a retail shop and design studio in Dahlonega. She grew up in New York and now resides with her partner Michael McCormick. She has four children; two live in Georgia and two in NY. She enjoys designing interiors and exteriors of residential properties, predominantly in Georgia. She studied Fine Art, Design and Graphics and obtained a BFA in Visual Communications and Graphics. Her creative career has included Retail Visual Management, Freelance Graphic Artist, Art Director, Color Consultant, and Interior Designer. In her free time, you will find her on the tennis courts in North Georgia or her home studio, creating late at night. She participated in Tap, Ballet, and Jazz through her 20’s and is looking forward to fundraising for CASA and being back in a dance studio.
A resident of North Georgia for over 20 years and a prominent Real Estate Agent here locally, Stephanie has always had a passion for dancing. As a former Gwinnett County Foster parent, and having raised her own son, who is now a Senior a University of Georgia, has allowed Stephanie the time to check thing off her bucket list such as opening her own Real Estate business and new career, travel, and so much more. With no formal training but a love for fitness and dancing, Stephanie decided to obtain her Zumba certification and become a local instructor doing dance routines for private events. Outside of a busy Real Estate career, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, her sweet dog Coco, and playing tennis and traveling the world. Stephanie is excited to be a part of this amazing event and raising funds to help support Enotah CASA.< Previous Dancers Next Dancers >