Tracy C. Gale
Tracy C. Gale is a Co-Founder, Principal, and the Managing Director for Gold Canyon Financial Planning (GCFP), a Limited Liability Corporation specializing in providing comprehensive financial planning services to individual clients, partners, families and small businesses. Her primary functions include Development and Implementation of Business Processes, Business Development, Customer Relations Management, Compliance Practices and Procedures, Managed IT Service interface and management of day-to-day operations.
Tracy’s professional background includes twenty-one years at Fortune 100 telecommunications companies. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Resources at Ottawa University in AZ, a Webmaster Certification at Fairleigh Dickinson University in NJ, and a Masters Certification in Project Management at Stevens Institute of Technology in NJ. During her career, Tracy held a variety of management positions with increasing responsibility in Customer Service Call Centers, Business Sales Organizations, Human Resources, Labor Relations, and Manufacturing support Organizations. During her telecommunications career she received special recognition awards for customer service, sales excellence, and project management leadership.
Tracy proudly served our country as a member of the United States Army Reserves in the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps from 1982 to 1988. During that time she was a Legal Clerk and then a Court Reporter where she performed legal assistance necessary to support the U.S. Reserve Judicial System and instructed Legal Clerk Courses at the 6th U.S. Army Reserve Training center in Northern California. During her service, Tracy was awarded the Army Expert Weapons Qualification Badge, the Army Achievement Medal for Outstanding Service, and Army Achievement Certifications for Outstanding Physical Fitness.
Tracy took an early retirement from the corporate world to start and operate Gold Canyon Financial Planning with her spouse, Diane A. Ouellette. They are both passionate about serving their clients and helping them meet both their short-term and long-term goals.
Both Diane and Tracy are very active in their communities including volunteer work at animal shelters and soup kitchens.
In her leisure time, Tracy enjoys cycling, boating, reading, swimming, and spending time with the pets (one cat and three dogs) that she and Diane have rescued.