Mentors in Auckland
Tracey brings a background of 15-plus years in multi-channel operations, business and people management across media and sales/marketing agencies, at CEO level both internationally and here in Aotearoa. Leading with aroha and a cohesive, people-first approach woven into commercial strategy, Tracey has been a catalyst for the tremendous foundational shift in business across Aotearoa, forging equity and intentional diversity throughout.
Stepping into discomfort, having tough conversations with aroha, and sharing experiences is how Tracey forms the bonds of whānau and community that she is so proud to hold dear.
Tracey is on the board for Diversity Works New Zealand, Anthem and Co. Of Women where she has a huge passion for the social change and growth mindset mahi that these businesses drive across our motu.
As a mentor for the Graeme Dingle Foundation, 3 Kapu Kawhe, wharenui host to TupuToa, and passionate supporter of The Aunties, Star Jam and Gandhi Nivas, Tracey’s heart lies in serving her community which she continues to grow. Lending her voice to both private and public sectors, Tracey shares her own journey and advocates for diversity, inclusion, equity and love spearheading a business strategy. That if those things lead, the rest will follow.
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