Tracey Weiss
Tracey Weiss
Associate Professor of Instruction
Department: Public Relations
Weiss Hall, Room 229


In addition to her faculty responsibilities at Temple University, Tracey Weiss has had her own consulting firm since 1999. She specializes in executive coaching, performance feedback, succession planning and team building. Weiss has worked with senior executives and the boards of trustees in a broad spectrum of public and private organizations.

Clients have included Campbell Soup Co., Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, the Federal Reserve Board, Merck, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, QVC, SEPTA, Sesame Street and the University of California Health System. She also received the Quality Consultant Award from Union Carbide, in recognition for her work in developing a performance management program.

Before launching her own firm, Weiss held management positions in leadership development for Aramark, GlaxoSmithKiline and the Hay Group. Earlier in her career she served as an assistant professor in the Department of Communication at the University of New Hampshire.


PhDLeadership & RhetoricTemple University

Courses Taught

STRC 821Emotional Intelligence & LeadershipUndergraduate
STRC 1112Communicating LeadershipUndergraduate
STRC 2662Leading Groups & TeambuildingUndergraduate
STRC 3774Communicating Organizational ChangeUndergraduate
STRC 8104Leadership in Communication ManagementGraduate


TypePublication TitleCo-AuthorsPublisherLocationYearMisc.
BookReengineering Performance Management: Achieving Breakthroughs in Achieving Strengths Through People
BookCoaching Competencies and Corporate Leadership


NameType of ServicePositionDates Active
Search Committee: Vice President of MarketingUniversityMember2013
Faculty SenateUniversityMember2009–2013
Mayor Nutter PresentationCollegeOrganized and Hosted Event2011
Faculty CouncilCollegeMember2006–2009
Branding CommitteeCollegeCo-chair2011–2012
Design Proposal for SMC Open ProgramsCollegeCo-chair2012–2012
TitleType of AwardDate
Senior Teaching AwardTeaching2013