Tracy grew up in Montreal, where she completed her CEGEP diploma at Vanier College in Commerce Honours & Quebec Canada Studies. She was admitted directly to the Faculty of Law, McGill University on an entrance scholarship, where she obtained her B.C.L. and LL.B. degrees.  

Since being called to the Ontario bar in 2007, Tracy has practiced in plaintiff and insurance defence litigation. Her practice is devoted to resolving statutory accident benefits and tort claims, occupier's liability claims, and property damage claims. She has successfully appeared on hearings, summary judgment motions, pre-trial conferences, pre-hearings discussions, contested motions, complexed, multi-party global mediations, and other proceedings before the Superior Court of Justice, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), the License Appeal Tribunal (LAT), and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.  Her reported decisions include: Direk v. Coffee Time Donuts, 2009 HRTO 1887 (CanLII); Babakar v. Brown, 2008 CarswellOnt 8789 (Ont. Master Nov 04, 2008); and Matias v Mann, 2007 CarswellOnt 8405 (Ont. S.C.J. Dec 03, 2007).

Tracy is a Board Member of the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers.  She is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, the Waterloo Law Association, and the Black Female Lawyers Network. She has and/or continues to volunteer with several churches, community organizations, charities and hospitals in Montreal, London, and Toronto.  As a newcomer to the Kitchener-Waterloo region, she looks forward to continuing with her volunteerism in our vibrant community. 

Tracy is a sports fanatic.  She has travelled to the World Track and Field Championships, FIFA World Cup qualifiers, and, as a proud Canadian, she cheered on our athletes at the Summer Olympics.  Above all, she enjoys watching her beloved teams:  FC Barcelona; Arsenal FC; Brazil’s national football team; New Zealand All Blacks rugby team; the West Indies Cricket T20 teams; Toronto Raptors; Toronto Blue Jays; and Canada’s Olympic Hockey and figure skating teams.  

Tracy enjoys learning about other countries, cultures, and religions.  She has acquired her knowledge through her childhood love of geography and trivia, as well as living in multicultural cities, travelling the world (5 continents and counting), shopping, eating, sports, and working with multicultural organizations to promote diversity and equality. She is fluent in French, functional in Spanish, and attempts to speak other languages with varying degrees of success.  Given her interests, Tracy is enriched by her personal injury practice which allows her to combine her love of the law and advocacy, with her love of diversity and helping others.