Tracy J. Wilson
Oxford Who’s Who has inducted Ms. Tracy J. Wilson into the highest Professional Distinction “Top Tier of Excellence Lifetime Achievement Recognition” due to her perseverance, strong work ethic and outstanding professional endurance. Ms. Wilson is one of few special honorees distinguished based on her professional accomplishments, academic achievements, years of service, and the credentials she has provided. Tracy J. Wilson has been a corporate truck driver for over 24 years and is anticipating a successful transition from an astonishing career into a position of responsibility in the health care industry.
Inspired by fond memories of road trips with her father, Tracy Wilson took the bold leap to enroll in truck driving school in 1991. After eight weeks of intensive training, she obtained her license and hit the road. “I have been driving for over 24 years; nationally for 15 years, regionally for two years, and locally for most of the last eight years,” said Ms. Wilson. “I have logged over two million accident-free miles. I love to see the world unfold around me.” As a Truck Driver at Serviceline Transport, Inc., Ms. Wilson is responsible for picking up and delivering goods on time and in good condition. She also must ensure her equipment is always in top condition and reports any maintenance issues immediately. Hauling 84,000 pounds of total weight along city highways and rural roads is no simple task, though, and Ms. Wilson is often on the road for 12 to 15 hours at a time. While a transportation employee, she developed skills in customer service, record-keeping, statutory compliance, and practical problem solving. Those skills, together with the domain-specific knowledge she acquired to successfully graduate from the University of Phoenix will help her to follow her dream of transitioning into the health care field in her community.