RPS Presentation, May 11, 2022– Tracey Dreisbach & Brandi Koch – Rotary Sunshine Camp – Spreading Sunshine for 100 Years.
Tracey has been employed by the Rochester Rotary Charitable Trusts since 1997 in a variety of roles from Relationship Director, Associate Executive Director and in 2005 became the Executive Director. She has worked for many years developing the Rochester Rotary Sunshine Campus programs and partnerships to serve 2,000 people with disabilities each summer.
This year she celebrates 25 years at Rochester Rotary. Her vision has helped to grow the Sunshine Camp into a community resource that benefits thousands of people with differing abilities within our community.
Tracey graduated with a BS and MPA from College at Brockport. Her undergraduate degree is in Therapeutic Recreation. Her Master’s degree is in Public Administration with a concentration in non-profit management. She is a RBJ 40 under 40 winner.
Tracey has served her community on various boards. Served on the Young Women of Distinction Selection Committee, served as Canandaigua Football Booster Club President, Canandaigua Hockey Board Secretary, Hockey Team Manager, Served as President of the Bloomfield Steelers Youth Football program, Bloomfield Nursery School Board Member, Bloomfield Scholarship Committee member.
Tracey is married to Lance and has two college age sons Jake and Zach who are attending St. Lawrence University and St. John Fisher College. She spends her time traveling to watch her sons play college football. She loves kayaking, biking and being outdoors.
Brandi Koch has been with Rochester Rotary since 2012. Previous to this role Brandi worked at the American Diabetes Association. Brandi loves everything about the Sunshine Camp.
The Sunshine Camp is an amazing place and Brandi is so thankful to be part of it. Brandi’s husband Kevin works for Lifetime Assistance and they are the proud parents of two wonderful children, Tyler and Cecelia.