Tracey Jeffries is President and CEO of Capital Consulting Services (St. Louis, Missouri), a boutique consulting firm that offers management consulting services through-out the US Market.  Tracey brings over 15 years of experience in executing strategies, program and project management, problem solving, facilitation and curriculum design, community development.

In Tracey’s role she has served and mentored Women and Veterans in Small Business Start-Up and Expansion opportunities connecting companies with over $5M in funding to date, Facilitates and Manages Economic Development Strategies with Government Entities to improve the quality of life in communities where people can work, live and play, innovated and managed the First Women Owned Incubator for Women and Veterans (Only the 2nd Incubator for Women in the Country at that time to be Certified through the State and first for Veterans), Strategically designed and planned the Ferguson Commission Project supporting the Team and Commission to addressing areas such as Economic Inequity, Municipal Courts and Governance, and Early Childhood Education in the Region.

Tracey has facilitated and designed curriculums for over 59 school districts in Missouri and professional development sessions in multiple non-profit organizations and universities in areas such as leadership, diversity, conflict resolutions, and social issues.


Tracey and her company Capital Consulting Services has recently made an investment in an urban community who has not seen any development for over 50 years developing housing, a community center, a healthy eating cafeteria, workout facility; creating a social engagement program that supports improving life skills in the community and spearheading a Transit Housing Project with a major University. 

Tracey Jeffries and her company (Capital Consulting Services) has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as Top 500 Fastest Growing Businesses in the US (Rank #231) and Top 50 Fastest Growing Women 
Businesses in the US (2015), Recognized as Small Business Champion by the Small Business Administration (2012), and Mentor of Change (Entrepreneurship) by White House of Public Engagement (2012).

Tracey has a history of building relationships with key stakeholders and is efficient in project deliverables establishing a communication process that has sustainable outcomes, increase business value and customer satisfaction resulting in high impact solutions for organizations and the community.