Style File: Tracye Williams

We were immediately taken by the dynamic Tracye Williams when we spotted her at a recent event hosted by the Ocala/Marion County Chamber & Economic Partnership (CEP). Williams relocated to the area last year to assume the role of Executive Director of the AdventHealth Ocala Foundation and is enjoying the adventure of getting to know our community. When she and her husband first visited, she was so taken with the romantic feel of Fort King Street with its historic buildings and oak trees covered with Spanish moss, that she chose it for the setting of her shoot.

Tracye Williams


Three words that describe you?

Joyful, optimistic, and hard-working.

How do you describe your personal style?

I wear a lot of color. I keep a blazer on call for everything. I love pairing them with jeans, a skirt or even shorts. Dresses are my second go-to when I want to bring out the romantic side of my personality. I love picking things that flow and are playful, and pairing it with a really high pump.

Where do you get your beauty shop on?

You’ll find me in the Walgreens aisle a lot. However, MAC Cosmetics is my indulgence.

What is your favorite day trip to take?   

St. Armands Circle in Sarasota. The cultural scenery and Lido Beach is my go-to when I need a quick trip.

Favorite local clothing store?


What’s your sweet fix?

Ice cream with sprinkles.

Motto you live by?

“Success is not mine alone.”

What’s the one thing you never have enough of?

Watching the movies Love Jones or Lady Sings the Blues.


DSW and Dillard’s.

Local store you turn to for retail therapy?

HomeGoods calms me, even if I’m not in need of home furnishings. I find that I get a lot of inspiration and satisfaction walking around the store.


I love finding vintage earrings at thrift shops in the local area.

Favorite restaurants?

Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille and Ipanema Brazilian Steakhouse.

Best book you read recently?

Questions Are the Answer by Hal Gregersen.  This book will evoke deep thought and challenge you at the same time.

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