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Tracy Zamarron, MSN, RN, is a full-time nursing and allied health instructor at Montcalm Community College.  

During college, Tracy played on Ferris State University’s Women’s Tennis team and was planning on pursuing a degree in Professional Tennis Management but changed her mind after her sophomore year and began taking classes to become a Registered Nurse.  

Tracy received her Registered Nursing degree from Ferris, Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Phoenix and Master’s in Nursing Education from Ferris.  

In 2011, she joined the MCC team as a Nursing Clinical Adjunct and Lab Supervisor, and in 2018 she took on her current role as a Nursing and Allied Health Instructor. Tracy has taught several classes including Maternal Newborn Nursing, College Success for Nursing and Medical Terminology.  

One of her favorite aspects of teaching is connecting with students on a personal and professional level and helping them grow. She chose to teach at MCC to improve the lives of the people in the communities we serve. 

In her personal life, Tracy enjoys spending time with her husband, their three sons, and their Yorkie Shitsu mix named Grover. When she’s not with her family, you can find Tracy refurbishing furniture, painting, gardening and enjoying a cup of coffee with friends! While Tracy has been to places like Zion National Park, she still hopes to one day make it to Hawaii and Australia.