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Tracey Spicer

Broadcaster and Journalist
Tracey Spicer

Tracey is one of the most experienced and respected female news presenters on Australian television with a career spanning 20 years, encompassing newsreading, documentary making, reporting and radio broadcasting. Renowned for her integrity, sharp mind and calm manner, Tracey is currently an international anchor with Sky News, and for ten years was the face of Network Ten’s national Weekend News and mid-week 11am News. She can currently be heard on radio on 2UE and writes for News Ltd, The Hoopla and Holidays With Kids Magazine.

However, Tracey has always been, first and foremost, a journalist. Among the highlights of her career are two documentaries on World Vision in Bangladesh and Kenya. In 2001, she produced a documentary for WWF on the lack of fresh water sources in villages devastated by deforestation in PNG; and the following year a documentary on controversial radio personality Alan Jones. Tracey is in high demand as a speaker and MC, hosting hundreds of corporate functions and charity events. She is outspoken about the modern day pressures on women and men to juggle work and family, and is currently working with the union movement to educate women about their rights upon return from maternity leave. Tracey is an Ambassador for World Vision and a passionate advocate for maternal and child health.