Tracey Spicer is one of the most versatile journalists and presenters in the country, with a portfolio spanning television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and online media.
During her 25-year career, she has anchored news, current affairs and lifestyle programs in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Currently, Tracey works as an anchor for Sky News, weekly columnist for Fairfax Media and The Hoopla, radio broadcaster, and presentation trainer at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School.
She is best known for presenting Channel 10's national weekend and morning news services for 14 years.
Tracey has written, produced and presented documentaries for NGOs in Bangladesh, Kenya, Papua New Guinea, and India.
The mother-of-two is an Ambassador for ActionAid, World Vision, Life's Little Treasures, Karitane, and Dying with Dignity, Patron of the NSW Cancer Council and the National Premmie Foundation, and face of the Garvan Institute's research into pancreatic cancer.
As you'd probably guess from her twitter feed, Tracey is passionate about women's rights, social justice, and equal opportunity, and a lobbyist for the voluntary euthanasia movement.
The 46-year-old has just set up Women in Media, a mentoring and networking group, backed by the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance.
For the past two decades, she has been a highly sought-after MC and keynote speaker.
Client Comments for Tracey Spicer
- Tracey was very accommodating and an absolute pleasure to work with.
"I appreciated the follow up and flexibility in organising the event regarding travel arrangements and securing our preferred speaker."
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"It is wonderful that even today, with all the competition of radio, television, films, and records, the book has kept its precious character. A book is somehow sacred. A dictator can kill and maim people, can sink to any kind of tyranny and only be hated. But when books are burnt the ultimate in tyranny has happened. This we cannot forgive."
John Steinbeck; Nobel Prize speech 1962