Tracey Robertson Carter

Tracey Robertson Carter

Tracey Robertson Carter is a former marketing executive and entrepreneur who is dedicated to uplifting equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the various philanthropic efforts she is involved in, efforts that support youth, the arts, and the environment.  She was the Founding Board Chair of South Florida CARES Mentoring Movement, a group mentoring initiative focused on the social and emotional wellness of challenged youth in Florida, with a focus on incarcerated youth and teen parents. Tracey was recently accepted into Harvard Divinity School and currently serves as a Trustee with New World Symphony, Artists in Residence in the Everglades (AIRIE) and Art in Public Places in Miami and the Chicago Sinfonietta.