Dr. Tracey Dodd is an academic and non-executive director, with over two decades of experience across the private, public, not-for-profit, and higher education sectors. She is currently Chief Executive Officer of Sustainable Innovation, an advisory firm that provides strategic planning and policy advice to national clients. Since its inception in 2013, Sustainable Innovation has supported large clients including the Australian Government, the Victorian and South Australian Governments, and Housing Choices South Australia with successful economic and social development bids of over $16M. She is also the national lead for governance with the Governance Institute of Australia and the inaugural facilitator of the Australian Institute of Company Directors Climate Governance course. Before consulting, Tracey held senior policy advisory roles with the South Australian and Australian Government leading reform of programs valued at over $400M.

In addition to her industry engagement, Tracey is a Senior Lecturer with the Adelaide Business School, University of Adelaide, and Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Exeter. Her research in the areas of ecological sustainability, corporate governance, public policy, innovation, and social transitions, has been published by the British Accounting Review, Academy of Management Learning & Education Australian Journal of Management, Energy Policy. Tracey earned a Ph.D. with UniSA in 2017 and a Master of Public Policy and Management with Carnegie Mellon University in 2009. She has presented her research and work globally, including to the United Nations (New York), Rocky Mountain Institute (Washington DC), New York City Council, World Business Council on Sustainable Development (Geneva), the Academy of Management, (Anaheim and Chicago), and Strategic Management Society (Berlin).