Tracey has worked with Suncor since 1998 and has been involved in a variety of oil and gas and wind power projects primarily in Alberta and British Columbia but also in Saskatchewan, the United States and Australia. She is currently the Director of Stakeholder and Aboriginal Relations for Suncor’s oil sands operations where she interacts with a variety of stakeholders, First Nation and aboriginal communities and individuals.
Prior to working with Suncor, Tracey lived and taught English in South Korea and traveled Southeast Asia. She worked as an economic development advisor with the Prophet River Indian Band in northeast BC, and as the coordinator of the Peace River-Liard Community Futures Committee out of Fort St. John.
Tracey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at the University of Calgary and a Master’s degree at the University of Northern British Columbia. Her master’s thesis focused on the participation of northeast BC First Nations in the province’s oil and gas consultation process.
In 2007 Tracey received a Suncor President’s Operational Excellence Award and a BC “Outstanding Resources Woman of Honor” award. She co-chaired the Northeast Energy Mines Advisory Committee for several years and in 1993 was elected to the Charlie Lake Local Commission. Tracey loves to spend time outdoors and travel and has trekked the Himalayas and ridden horses on historical wagon trails in Wyoming. Tracey lives with her husband and daughter near Charlie Lake, BC.