Tracey spent her early career working with small businesses in the service and manufacturing industries. She believes that reducing inequalities through access to decent work and income generating opportunities must be prioritised to create an inclusive South Africa. Tracey focuses her efforts on creating sustainable small business opportunities that allow unemployed people to develop and become financially and socially independent. She is passionate about building ecosystems that allow people to heal and encourage self-efficacy. Prior to starting The Clothing Bank Tracey founded Dress 2 Impress, an NGO which supported low income unemployed women wanting to enter the workplace by providing them with appropriate clothing and support for interviews. Tracey is now responsible for the operations of the five branches of The Clothing Bank, ideation and the implementation of new projects.