Traci Kodeck has been with HCAM since 2000, originally serving as an Ombudsman/Perinatal Liaison helping pregnant and postpartum women navigate the complex Medicaid system. Traci came on board as interim CEO in December 2015 and was unanimously appointed by the Board of Directors after a national search Over the past 17 years, she served as Director of Maternal and Child Health Programs and then Chief of Program Operations before being promoted to Vice President of Programs in January 2011. Kodeck served for two years in the United States Peace Corps in the Eastern Caribbean as a community development worker, educating parents and teachers in a local pre-school. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Community and Family Studies from the University of Delaware. She completed her Master’s in Public Health at the University of Arizona in Tucson, where she focused on Health Education/Promotion with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health. In 2018, Traci received the University of Arizona Alumna of the year award from the School of Public Health and in 2019 was named one of The Daily Record's Top 100 Women. Traci is a Towson resident and lives with her 5 year old daughter and partner, Dr. Rob Atlas.