Tracy is an Associate with HED’s Corporate and Commercial Studio, where she focuses on libraries, education and workplace design as a means to explore our changing expectations about mobility, interactions, technology, and new work modes.

Through more than two decades of volunteer involvement with university, professional and community organizations, Tracy has been a passionate advocate for inclusion and interdisciplinary conversations about Design and the Arts in the community. She was a founding member of the AIA Detroit Emerging Professionals Committee, a dedicated committee member for several years in the retooling of the AIA Detroit Celebration of Architecture, serves on the AIA Michigan Design Retreat Committee with a focus on involvement of students and younger professionals, and has been Chair of the AIA Detroit PechaKucha Night Detroit Committee and MC of the quarterly events for ten years, giving a voice to creative work of all kinds. She is well-known at her alma mater Lawrence Tech for her commitment to mentoring activities, studio tours, speaking engagements and panel discussions, as well as her past service on the Architecture and Design Alumni Cabinet. She also dedicates time to the nonprofit Detroit Sessions, delivering on pianist Ivan Moshchuk’s mission to produce one-of-a-kind interactive experiences that make classical music more accessible to new audiences.

Tracy has received AIA Young Architect honors at both the local (Detroit, 2014) and state (Michigan, 2015) levels, as well as Lawrence Technological University’s Distinguished Architecture Alumni Award in 2018.