Tracy is a company chair, senior executive leader, lawyer and advocate for the rights of women and children. Tracy has 20 years of experience and a cross-disciplinary background in developing innovative solutions and building strong government relations - including implementation of projects encompassing diverse communities and partners. Tracy has held various CEO appointments in NGOs including NCOSS and Domestic Violence NSW and has been a lawyer in government and religious institutions. She is also a mentor to women who aspire to, or currently work in, leadership positions and has held a broad range of Director roles in both NGO and corporate contexts.
Tracy has also been a Law Reform Commissioner in the state of New South Wales and has held numerous ministerial appointments, board roles and membership of expert advisory panels. Specifically, relating to a range of policy areas including; housing, social impact investing, social innovation, poverty, homelessness, law reform, domestic and family violence, circular economy & recycling, stronger families and gender.
During her career, she had been fortunate to participate on 3 occasions at the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations in New York.
More recently, Tracy had benefited greatly from studies at the Cambridge Judge Business School, Executive Education across a number of courses.