Tracey Spicer

Tracey Spicer

Tracey Spicer

Tracey Spicer's career in journalism spans television, radio, newspapers and online. She's also a highly sought-after speaker and trainer. During her 28-year career, Tracey has reported for and presented national news, current affairs and lifestyle programs for Channel Nine and Network Ten in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

She is also the convenor of Women in Media, a nationwide mentoring and networking group backed by the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance. She recently released her best-selling memoir, The Good Girl Stripped Bare.

Tracey has been a World Vision Ambassador for almost 20 years and has visited our programs in Bangladesh (1998), Kenya (1998) and India (2013). She is passionate about empowering women and girls in the developing world.

World Vision’s work

World Vision Australia works globally with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Our work in long-term community development, policy advocacy and change, and emergency relief addresses not only the symptoms of poverty, but also its complex and interrelated causes.

Tracey has a special interest in gender equality, which is a key platform for our work. We tackle this issue at a local and international level through advocacy and through development programs that focus on areas including livelihoods, water, health, education and preventing gender-based violence.

In the field with Tracey Spicer

Tracey Spicer's response to the Federal Budget

Australian journalist and World Vision Ambassador, Tracey Spicer, talks live from India on her reflections of yesterday's Federal Budget and the impact our delayed aid commitment will have on the world's poorest people.

Tracey Spicer's special report from India on gendercide

Tracey Spicer joins a World Vision team to India and investigates what has been labeled rampant gendercide.