Tracey is the Chief Executive Officer of the Manitoba Historical Society, and currently the Collections Manager for the St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park. She is currently pursuing Doctoral Studies, as a PhD candidate in Anthropology at the University of Manitoba, and holds her Masters in Arts, Curatorial Practices from the University of Winnipeg, and a Bachelor of Human Ecology from the University of Manitoba.
She has been working in the culture and heritage field for over 15 years bringing her expertise as a Museum Director, curator, archaeologist, and cultural consultant to various rural and urban cultural and government organizations. As a field archaeologist for Parks Canada, she has worked in sites as the HBC Trading Post at York Factory, The Prince of Whales Fort at Churchill, Farwell’s Post at Fort Walsh in Saskatchewan, and locally at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights excavation at the Forks. Tracey is known for her innovative approach to crafting innovative museum experiences, fund and membership development, raising the profile of cultural organizations with which she she works.
Tracey appears as a speaker and instructor on social media and marketing, content creation, heritage resource management and niche program development for cultural organizations and museums.