Saskatchewan General and Government Employees' Union (SGEU)
Tracey has been employed in healthcare for 33 years with experience in Dietary, Environmental, Recreational and Health Information Services. She has been an active Member in Occupational Health and Safety since 1996 serving on the Committee at the Kelvindell Lodge and Kelvington Hospital up to and including the present. She has her Level 1 & 2 OH&S Certification. Tracey has also served one term on the SGEU Provincial Occupational Health and Safety Committee.
Tracey is currently the SGEU Vice President to the National Union Public General Employees (NUPGE), SGEU Administration Committee Board Member, SGEU Provincial Council Board Member, Health Sector Vice-Chair, Health Service Providers Bargaining Council, Steward, SGEU representative on the NUPGE Canadian Health Professionals Secretariat Committee. She has been a Local 3354-3 Chair, Chief Steward, Local 3354-3 Health Service Providers Bargaining Representative, SGEU Provincial Grievance Committee, SGEU Provincial OH&S Committee and on the SGEU Long Term Disability Supervisory Board. She has always strived to make a difference in the workplace as well as in the lives of others.
Tracey holds her National Certification in Health Information Services and works as a Health Information Management Practitioner out of the Kelvington Hospital. She holds a Certificate in Tribunal Administrative Justice through the Foundation of Administration Justice. She is a recent graduate of the Harvard Trade Union Program (HTUP) from Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is serving on the HTUP Alumni Board and in her spare time she is the Mayor of Kelvington, SK.
Tracey lives in Kelvington with her husband Darren. They have three children, one grandchild, two dogs and a crazy calico cat. Tracey grew up in a large family where the belief was that you take care of one another. This philosophy has extended into her adult life and she is always willing to help, protect and take care of others. We all share the responsibility of Health and Safety, an injury to one, is an injury to all. She is honored to be able to contribute and learn from the SASWH Team. Alone we can make a difference but together we can make change.