Tracy Reilly Ingersoll
Girls Inc. of Greater Lowell
At a young age, Tracy Reilly Ingersoll learned from her mother about being part of the community and giving back. Whether cheering up someone who was sick by bringing them a flower arrangement, delivering meals to seniors who couldn’t get to the store, or helping at school for a family event, helping others became engrained. Personal and professional experiences in community service sparked Tracy’s passion to make sure that all individuals have access to supportive, community-based services and opportunities that will allow positive change in their lives.
As Executive Director of Girls Inc. of Greater Lowell, Tracy leads an organization long known for recognizing change and meeting the needs of girls and young women in the community. Tracy would like to double the number of girls educated by Girl’s Inc. of Greater Lowell each year. She’s also focused on helping people to understand the needs of the children and families served, and how the organization and its programs help meet those needs in creative and cost effective ways.
Tracy is grateful for a community-focused banking advisor that allows employees time for volunteering. “Enterprise Bank provides incredible female role models that our girls identify with and who convey career and future possibilities.”
“Enterprise Bank is flexible and accommodating. This makes our day-to-day tasks a bit easier, and allows us to focus more on the girls’ lives we are shaping each day.”Tracy Reilly Ingersoll (left) is pictured with Enterprise Banker and Girls Inc. alumna Bopha Malone.