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My name is Tracey Antee, Founder & CEO 

It all started in my parents living room over 25 years ago. My Mom was having yet another meeting about forming a nonprofit to promote and preserve Creole culture. I was about two generations younger than their audience but that gave me the ability to provide a valuable contribution to the work that was being done. 


Instead of the typical things teenagers do, I spent my weekends doing traveling to do research in libraries, going to grant workshops and attending and speaking at conferences while learning the value of relationship building. My mentor was my Mom, she was creating something special and viable with me trying to walk in her very big shoes. 

I have worked with nonprofits centered around cultural and historical preservation, mental health, homelessness and housing, cancer, population health and healthcare. Building, resource development and processes are what gets me going, along with a cup (or three) of coffee. I'm basically the lady version of a Jack of All Trades, hence the name Maven Consulting. I can do a lot with a little. 

I am married to my giant, 6'10", husband and Mom to two awesome young men. My oldest is a junior at LSU and the younger will graduate high school in May 2023. Almost empty nesters! My co-workers are a 90lb American Bulldog named Nova, a 25lb Frenchie named Bruno and the leader of the pack, my 6lb yorkie, Leo. They run the place around here. 

I look forward to having the opportunity to work with you and helping you grow, achieve and succeed. 

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the work

Resource Matchmaker

  • Developed homeless outreach program with zero funding, serving over 200 individuals monthly.

  • Established the Healthy St Landry Alliance to improve health outcomes, creating best practices.

  • Coordinated partners to create parish wide resource directory housed on self created database.

  • Established partners to promote physical activity programs for underserved children.

  • Planned social and networking events to develop potential partners and donors.


  • Generated $970K in private, state and federal grant funding. Including HUD, Louisiana Public Health Institute, Louisiana Department of Health and the National State Park system.

  • Major event fundraising of $925K, including galas, golf tournaments, sport events and conferences in multiple states.

  • Small event and individual fundraising of over $400.000 utilizing team fundraising, direct donor asks and pledge programs.


  • Strategic and development planning for non-profits and boards in the cultural and historical preservation, healthcare and the arts fields.

  • Multi parish organizing, volunteer recruitment and action planning.

  • Presenter for UL Women's Leadership Conference, Accelerate St Landry Thrive Summit, Rotary International, Leadership St. Landry, Northwestern State University Anthropology Program, Creole Heritage Center Annual Conference in Houston, Los Angeles and Louisiana and various other events

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