Tracey, originally from Shanghai, graduated from the University of Sydney, Australia, with a Bachelor Degree of Science and a Master Degree of Education. In addition, she has a Bachelor's degree of Teaching in Secondary Mathematics from the University of Technology, Sydney. After teaching at Kuring-gai High School in Sydney, Tracey continued her career in Beijing and Shanghai when she moved back to China. From 2013 to 2016 Tracey developed and implemented the Bilingual Mathematics Curriculum in the International Division of the Beijing Haidian Foreign Languages School (BHFLS). During her career in BHFLS, her teaching was acknowledged with an award for the best demonstration of teaching in the Sixth “China-Sweden International Mathematics Education Forum”. For the past four years, Tracey worked as the Head of Secondary at Vanke School Pudong (VSP), and has played a vital role in the whole start-up of VSP, from preparation to the opening of the school and the continued development of the integrated bilingual curriculum.
Under her leadership, the Secondary Department of VSP has developed with right direction and cautious speed. At the end of the 2019-20 school year, the first graduates of the Lower Secondary School did an excellent job in being accepted to word-class high schools at home and aboard. Tracey loves kids very much. She believe that one of the important roles of an educator is to provide students with the skills to adapt to the demands of their future education; to cultivate in them the initiative to learn in various scenarios; to enhance self-directed learning and teamwork as well as to foster a life-long learning mind-set. Tracey believes that as well as having the power of critical thinking, it is of paramount significance for students to develop benevolence as a way to enrich their inner selves and the worlds of others with whom they interact.