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Meet CWA of Missouri’s New State Director

By March 17, 2023Missouri
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I am very excited to introduce to you Tracy Dougan, CWA’s new Missouri State Director. Tracy joined CWA of Missouri’s leadership team in 2020 as a Prayer/Action Chapter Leader and took on an additional role as the state’s Chapter Coordinator. Tracy has a heart for prayer and sees the growth in CWA’s Prayer/Action Chapters as a top priority. We are extremely grateful that Tracy is stepping into the state director role.

Tracy is a graduate of Southern Nazarene University, holding a Bachelor of Science degree in History. She has worked as a paralegal for the past 25 years, assisting in civil trial practice in the state of Missouri. Tracy has been active in the local church as a teacher, pianist, and choir director and has served on the church and missionary boards. Tracy and her husband David, whom she says is her CWA chauffeur and greatest supporter, live in Springfield. She loves playing with her four grandchildren.

A word from Tracy:

“I live in the great state of Missouri. We truly experience all four seasons with beautiful springs, hot blazing humid summers, colorfully gorgeous falls, and crazy winter ice storms. Each season brings with it something new, something exciting, something unexpected. To everything, there is a season, and with every season comes opportunity.

“Missouri is within the heartland of America and a great place to live and raise a family. However, we are seeing the heartland slowly overtaken. We are seeing the influx of ideas and actions that seek to degrade and abolish the values we hold dear. As biblically-minded conservative women, we must embrace this season to defend and promote the values of scripture. Just as Esther entered the palace court, so we must enter the courts of government and the halls of public opinion. It is a place of derision and battle. However, it is not a place of solitude and discouragement if you are surrounded by like-minded women.

“I want to encourage the women of Missouri to claim their season and join me as we meet these challenges with prayer and action. Now is the time; now is the season.”

Tanya Ditty
Vice President of Field Operations