Tracy Yeulande Browning was born in New York to Clive Adams and Sharon Cox and raised on the island of Jamaica. She joined the Church at the age of 16. Sister Browning studied at St. John’s University. She has worked in financial services for 15 years and is now a director in the Publishing Services Department of the Church. She and her husband, Brady Browning, are the parents of two children.
Prior to her call to the Relief Society general advisory council, Sister Browning served as a ward and stake Relief Society presidency counselor, Relief Society teacher, and Mia Maid adviser and in various Relief Society and Young Women callings.
Sister Browning has volunteered with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Habitat for Humanity, and United Way’s Day of Caring. She enjoys travel dining and reading. The scripture Enos 1:4–8—“And I, Enos, knew that God could not lie” (verse 6)—had a profound impact on Sister Browning as she read the Book of Mormon for the first time, and it was instrumental in her conversion.