Tracey Winter Glover

Tracey Winter Glover

Tracey Winter Glover, JD, RYT 200, is the Co-Founder and Director of the 501(c)(3) non-profit Awakening Respect and Compassion for All Sentient Beings ("ARC"), based in Mobile, Alabama. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Michigan in 1998, Tracey spent two years as a humane rescue and cruelty officer with the Humane Society of Huron Valley, before returning to the University of Michigan to study law. While in law school, Tracey focused on refugee and asylum law as well as Constitutional law. She was chosen as a Michigan Fellow in Refugee and Asylum Law based at the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and was the recipient of the prestigious Book Award in Fourteenth Amendment Law. She spent eight years practicing law in both the public and private sectors in Washington DC, before landing in Mobile, Alabama where in 2011, she started a small business, The Pure Vegan, through which she offers a vegan meal delivery service, cooking classes, and vegan educational seminars to both public, private, and corporate groups. Tracey also teaches yoga and meditation through her Shanti Warrior School of Living Yoga. She has published many articles in the popular media both in the U.S. and in China relating to animal rights, yoga, and veganism. She is the adoring mother of four (or so) rescued cats and is currently in pre-production of her first documentary film project "The End of Suffering."
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