Tracey is a lawyer and senior public affairs and communications professional. Representing Prince Edward Island on the IWK board, Tracey works for L’nuey, the PEI Mi’kmaq Rights Initiative, as lead negotiator. She was key in the implementation of the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of PEI, a tribal organization serving the two PEI Mi'kmaq First Nations. Tracey served as executive director of the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of PEI and senior advisor to the PEI Mi'kmaq First Nations. Following that she was a Deputy Minister for the Province of PEI, for the Department of Communities, Culture and Labour and then for the Department of Health and Wellness. While Deputy Minister, she oversaw the implementation of Health PEI, the single PEI Health Authority. She also worked as vice president of Stakeholder Relations and Communications for the Atlantic Lottery Corporation before returning to PEI in her current role.
Tracey served as vice chair of the board of the University of Prince Edward Island. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Cape Breton University and her Bachelor of Laws Degree from Dalhousie University