Tracey Pate Clark, M.Ed., CDVC, is the Clinical Services Coordinator at Sanctuary, Inc. in Hopkinsville. She is a graduate of Georgetown College and received a Master of Education from UK in Counseling Psychology. She became a Certified Domestic Violence Counselor in 1997. Ms. Clark began her work with victims of violence in 1995, serving as a therapist at The Center for Women and Families in Louisville, Kentucky. In 2000, she joined Sanctuary, Inc., which provides therapy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Additionally, she oversees the organization’s Legal Advocacy, Transitional Housing, Permanent Housing, and Clinical programs. She also provides domestic violence, sexual assault, and advocacy trainings to volunteers, students, and professionals in the Pennyrile region. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs. Her volunteer board involvement includes Christian Care Communities, St. Luke Free Clinic, Aaron McNeil House Crisis Relief Program, Leadership Hopkinsville-Christian County, and Hopkinsville-Christian County Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Clark resides in her hometown of Hopkinsville with her husband, Michael, a Diagnostic Radiologist, and their dog, Cooper.