Tracee Hutchison is an Australian TV/radio broadcaster, journalist, commentator, producer/director and author with a national and international media profile.
Her wide-ranging broadcasting career includes presenting roles on radio at JJJ, Radio Australia, ABC NewsRadio, ABC local radio and 3RRR.FM and on TV as a senior reporter for ABC TV's 7.30 Report, SBS World News, co-host of DIG TV and as a commentator and panelist for the BBC World Service.
Tracee is a former Network Executive Producer for ABC International's Australia Network, Program Director at Australia's largest community radio station 3RRR and opinion columnist for the Saturday Age.
Her TV production credits include Producer/Director/Writer of the Australia Network features 'Chefs on Tour' and 'Marion's Gourmet South Australia', Series Producer 'nomad' SBS TV, Talent Producer/Writer 'Rockwiz' SBS TV and Field Producer/Writer 'Getaway' Channel 9.
Tracee is the author of the Australian Music Anthology 'Your Name's on the Door' and the author/editor of two fundraising cookbooks for The Mirabel Foundation 'Rock Chefs' and 'Laughing Stock'.
Tracee is also a registered Civil Marriage Celebrant.
A passionate advocate for social justice issues throughout her career, Tracee is a proud Ambassador for The Big Issue's Women's Subscription Enterprise.
In July 2015 Tracee was appointed CEO of the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival.