Tracey joined Price Waterhouse as a trainee chartered accountant in 1991. She has over twenty years of experience helping clients successfully implement change in the areas of governance, integrity, business ethics, regulatory compliance and leadership.
She is a specialist in behavioural change and driving organisational effectiveness, and helps business leaders incorporate integrity and ethics into their business thinking and leadership style. Her clients are made up from both the public and private sectors. This includes working with global clients in financial services, aerospace and defence, media and entertainment, automotive, manufacturing and soft drinks industries, amongst others.
Tracey leads the PwC UK Integrity and Business Ethics capability as part of the PwC Governance, Risk and Compliance Leadership Team. She leads the design, development and implementation of global Integrity Risk and Business Ethic programmes for multi-national clients. She also sits on the PwC Ideas Engine on Trust for the UK Firm and is the Chair of the PwC UK Women’s Network.
Integrity, Business Ethics and the Risk Resilient Organisation (PwC, 2013)
Code of Conduct: A barrier or breakthrough for corporate behaviour? (PwC, 2013)
Moral panics or just panic?
"I was impressed by the intensity of the debate and the high level of intellectual engagement, not least by the audience. It was an invigorating, even exhilarating experience to be part of a festival based on the conviction that disagreement is good. The Battle of Ideas is a fantastic concept, may it spread epidemically to the rest of the world. I am already looking forward to next year's event."
Thomas Hylland Eriksen, professor of social anthropology, University of Oslo; novelist