First Lady Traci D. Fuller Biography
First Lady Traci Dixon Fuller was born to the late Reverend Dr. Percy M. Dixon and Sister Rosemary Dixon in Selma, Alabama. She accepted Christ at an early age. At age 6, she relocated to Louisiana where she spent most of her childhood. She later relocated to Mississippi during her adolescent years and at age 19; she relocated to South Florida (Fort Lauderdale metro area) with her family.
First Lady Fuller earned a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Florida. She sang for several years with the Palm Beach Opera. It wasn’t until she started her first teaching job that she realized that teaching was where her heart was off the stage. In 2007, she received a National Board Certification for Professional Teacher Standards and in 2008 she earned a Master of Arts in Music Education from the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida.
First Lady Fuller has taught Elementary School for 4 years, Middle School for 5 years and High School for 7 years in the Broward County Public Schools in Florida. She has also taught as an Adjunct Instructor for 3 years at Florida International University in Miami, Florida. She also served as the Children’s Choir Director for 10 years at New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida under the musical leadership of Minister Eddie A. Robinson and the spiritual leadership of the late Dr. Mack King Carter and Dr. Marcus D. Davidson. Currently, she is teaching in the Montgomery Public Schools as the Choral Director at Baldwin Arts and Academics Magnet School in Montgomery, Alabama.
First Lady Fuller is married to Pastor Taraus D. Fuller and they are the proud parents of two beautiful daughters, Triniti and Tori. She is also a very proud member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
She is passionate about serving the Lord and helping others to do the same. One of her favorite verses is Psalm 104:33 “I will sing to the LORD all my life; I will sing praise to my God as long as I live.” And that is exactly what First Lady Fuller intends to do.