Tracey Berg-Fulton

Frontend Software Engineer

Photo of Tracey Berg Fulton, a white woman with shoulder length brown hair. She is wearing a white shirt with blue birds printed on it and standing outside on a sunny day smiling at the camera.

Who are you?

Hi there! I'm Tracey Berg-Fulton (pronouns: she/her, Gàidhlig: i/ise). I'm a frontend engineer, and doer of things. What does that mean? It means I combine a love of making stuff, overwhelming curiosity, and a healthy dose of "sure, why not" to build a better internet for humans. I love to code, create, write, talk, and support users and my team.

I earned my BA at Otterbein University, and my graduate degree from the University of Glasgow. I then completed the Udacity Front End Web Development Nanodegree. I am also currently learning Gàidhlig at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig via distance learning.

I spend lots of time running silly distances, resulting in a hard-won 4:25 4:13 4:11 marathon PR.

When I'm not running, I'm picking things up and putting them down as a competitive powerlifter. I photograph the old fashioned way, using a trusty Holga 120s I've owned since high school. You can see some of my photos over on my gallery page. I also spend a lot of weekends at car cruises showing my 1959 Metropolitan that I restored with my father.

I get way too excited about Antiques Roadshow, baking, and fuzzy dogs. I cry at weddings, listen to old records, and generally keep my New Year's Resolutions.

So, that's me. Now, what can we do together?

Are you looking for work?

Thanks for your interest!

I'm always open to having a chat about doing good work together. Let's talk. Please email me.

What kind of work do you want to do?

Great question! My skills and interests are wide ranging, and I enjoy a challenge.

I am most interested in writing HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and building digital experiences with empathy, joy, and care. Creating interfaces, prototypes, and sites is my happy place.

I am not particularly picky about frameworks or technologies: I firmly believe that each project and each team should choose the tools and approaches that best fit the needs of the team & their users.

What did you do before?

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I am currently a Frontend Engineer at Lumen Learning, where I work on UI development for student and faculty users.

Before Lumen, I was a Frontend Engineer at the National Kidney Foundation, where I worked on using Drupal, jQuery, and SCSS.

Prior to joining the National Kidney Foundation, I was Content Lead at Cotton Bureau. I did fun things like write site copy and micro-copy, work on designer-focused campaigns and communication, and create transactional emails. I sat firmly between the product team and the marketing team to fulfill their content needs.

Prior to working at Cotton Bureau, I was Customer & Community Lead at Authentic Jobs. At Authentic Jobs, I solved problems for our awesome customers, managed social media and e-mail marketing campaigns, and helped employers and job seekers find eachother.

I also worked as collections database associate and provenance researcher at the Carnegie Museum of Art, working on the Art Tracks provenance data project. You can read about my work on Art Tracks on the CMOA blog.

Prior to working at CMOA, I was data manager for a tech start up, where I supervised a team of interns, part-timers, and full-timers who processed data, did data QA, and created a descriptive taxonomy.

From 2012 until 2017, I served as Web Chair for the Registrars Committee of the American Alliance of Museums (RC-AAM), now the Collections Stewardship Professional Network of the American Alliance of Museums (CS-AAM). I maintained and updated the former domain before building, designing, and launching a new site at and training and supporting my successor.

Speaking, writing, and etc.

From time to time, I say words in front of people, and write things on the internet and on paper. If you'd like me to talk or write, please send an email.

Past Speaking Gigs:


Berg-Fulton, Tracey, Alison Langmead, Christopher Nygren, Thomas Lombardi, and David Newbury. "A Role-Based Model for Successful Collaboration in Digital Art History."International Journal for Digital Art History,2018.

Contributor, Alexander, Edward Porter, Mary Alexander, and Juilee Decker. Museums in motion: an introduction to the history and functions of museums. 3rd ed. Lanham, MD: Rowman et Littlefield, 2017.

Berg-Fulton, Tracey J. "Taking a Fresh Look At Provenance." Museum, July 2016, 34-39.

How can I reach you?

If you'd like to get together for coffee, or to talk about job opportunities, speaking, or writing (or if you wanted to send me an adorable photo of your pet), the best way is to reach me is via email at

You can also feel free to reach out on LinkedIn, but I check in there less frequently.


Can you relocate?

I bet your city is awesome, and I'd love to visit, but I am only looking for fully remote work right now.

Have you worked remotely before?

Yes! I've worked on fully and partially distributed teams since 2016. My preference is for full-time remote work, with opportunities to get together as a team.

Coffee or tea?

Oh, yes please!

What is your favorite color?

I'm partial to a good blue, or a hot pink.

What are you learning right now?

Right now I'm reading up on the new React 19 release, exploring fluid type & layout in my professional development time, and doing a course on web components.

Is the Hokey Pokey *really* what it's all about?

Yes, definitely.

Early riser or night owl?

I am on Team Early Riser. I'm up around 5AM everyday to walk my dog, exercise, do chores, and anything else that needs done.

You talk a lot about diabetes on your social media. What's up with that?

I'm celebrating nearly 30 years of living with Type 1 Diabetes, and advocating for the needs of the Type 1 community is important to me. When I found the T1 online community, it was life changing (THERE ARE OTHERS!), and so I want to be that discovery for someone else. I want to break down diabetes stigma wherever it exists.