Tracie is the founder of AllDigitocracy, a platform focused on the intersection of media, diversity and technology. Tracie writes about the media and media policy, specifically on issues regarding piracy, media ownership, government transparency and the business of journalism, for the Columbia Journalism Review and other publications. A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, she lives in Washington, DC. She has contributed to Poynter, NPR and Publica, the first nonprofit investigative journalism center in Brazil. She has spoken before the National Science Writers Association and the International Women’s Media Foundation providing expertise on digital media entrepreneurship and the impact of media on diverse communities and consumers. Tracie is also the co-chair of the National Association of Black Journalists’ Digital Journalism Task Force.
AllDigitocracy has fast become the go-to source for information about all things digital and media, particularly as it relates to diverse consumers and communities. Our mission is to provide information that allows content producers to better serve diverse consumers as well as to provide job and training opportunities to those in the content industry (magazines, television, film, radio, newspapers, book publishing, online media, advertising, PR, gaming, and comics).