Tradrick McCoy was born and raised in Riviera Beach, Florida where he attended school and later graduated with a GED. After a few years of work experience, Tradrick attended Tallahassee Community College. In 2006, Tradrick earned his Associate of Arts Degree in General Studies from TCC and later enrolled at Flagler College where he doubled majored in Business Administration and Accounting earning two Bachelor degrees.
In 2009, Tradrick McCoy returned to Palm Beach County to begin his career where he worked in Accounting. In 2011 Tradrick McCoy accepted a position as District Secretary in the Florida House of Representatives for then State Representative Mack Bernard and State Representative Bobby Powell Jr. where he performed extensive research in the areas of criminal justice, education, transportation, health care, and economics until 2016.
Tradrick ran an unsuccessful election bid for Riviera Beach City Council in March of 2016. However in March of 2019, Tradrick McCoy was elected to serve as a City Council Member for the City of Riviera Beach, after winning a six-way general election and an overwhelming margin in the runoff election for the seat.
In addition to his Tallahassee legislative experience, Tradrick has served locally on various boards such as a member of the City of Riviera Beach’s Planning & Zoning Board, and the Palm Beach County School District Construction Oversight Review Committee.
Tradrick McCoy currently serves as a member of the Forum Club of Palm Beach County, North County Intergovernmental Committee, Palm Beach County League of Cities, and as a member of the Palm Beach Northern Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Development Council.