Tracey is Chief Operations Officer and Project Director at Curious Public. Over the course of her career, Tracey has served as a communications planner, strategist and executive advisor, where building and maintaining effective relationships have underpinned all of her work with key stakeholders and within organizations.
She has been a communications/senior advisor and project manager in government and in broader public and private sector organizations, including the Office of the Premier of Ontario, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, and Toronto Metropolitan University, where she used her outstanding people management and organizational skills to resolve issues and drive projects to successful completion. She has led numerous cross-departmental initiatives and projects such as developing strategies and protocols for new external relations, patient and stakeholder engagement, and employee relations programs.
Tracey has a strong sense of obligation to the well-being of children and has brought her communications experience to a number of child-focused charities, including positions on the board of directors of the African Relief Committee in Canada and Mothercraft. She has also volunteered with Visions of Science, a non-profit focused on advancing the representation of African Canadian youth in the fields of science, mathematics and technology, the African Canadian Children’s Heritage Program, and more recently, with Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto.