Tracy moved to Cincinnati in 2007 to work with a groundbreaking innovation think tank; The Clay Street Project at Procter & Gamble. She works as a corporate executive coach, and teaches improvisation and writing classes. Her talents as a writer/actor/improviser are all called into play as she helps teams and individuals change their dynamics to tackle challenges and shift their paradigms.
Tracy has a stage background with a degree in theatre from Emerson College in Boston. She received additional theatrical training at Second City and Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, Loose Moose Theatre with Keith Johnstone in Calgary, Alberta and the British-American Drama Academy in Oxford, England. Tracy spent a dozen years with Los Angeles Theatresports (Impro Theatre). Her writing has been influenced by her work with noted LA teacher/poet, Jack Grapes. Her LA writing/performance ensemble, the Quarterly Report, coached and directed by Paula Killen, wrote and performed original monologues in the Spoken Word genre from 2001 - 2009. TV Credits include Huff; Push, Nevada and In Living Color. Film credits include Home Alone, Dutch, and indie For Pete’s Wake.