Tracee Hutchison is a former ABC broadcaster and journalist, turned educator, with 30 years’ experience at the highest level in Australian and international radio and television. Tracee's broadcasting career began at TripleJ, the ABC's youth radio station, where she launched the national network. Her high-profile roles as a radio broadcaster include: TripleJ, ABC NewsRadio, ABC local radio, Radio Australia and 3RRR.FM and on television as a senior reporter for ABC TV’s 7.30 Report, Sunday Arts and SBS World News. Tracee is a former Opinion Columnist for the Saturday Age, writing extensively about environment, social justice, popular culture and issues in her local community on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula. Tracee's wide-ranging arts & media leadership roles include: CEO of the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival, Network Executive Producer ABC Australia Network, Program Director at Australia’s largest community radio station 3RRR, Music Victoria Board Director & Chair, Music Victoria Women's Advisory Panel and Co-Producer, inaugural Australian Women in Music Awards (AWMA). As series producer of 'nomad', SBS TV, she launched the career of 'silverchair' as winners of SBS TV's national demo competition and is a former Talent Producer of 'Rockwiz', SBS TV. Tracee is the author of the Australian music anthology, ‘Your Name’s on the Door’, based on her TripleJ radio series, and is the subject of the song, ‘Tracee Lee’, written by Perth band, The Chevelles. After leaving the ABC, Tracee presented a weekly interview-based radio program on her local community station, Radio Port Phillip RPP.FM, profiling local business owners, tourism operators, growers, sportspeople, community groups and creatives on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula. Tracee was born in Rosebud and schooled on the Mornington Peninsula. She is married and lives on the Mornington Peninsula where she enjoys paddleboarding, ocean swimming, supporting local producers and businesses and the incredible natural environment of the Mornington Peninsula.