Tracy, who has been with Boyette Strategic Advisors since 2005, knows the exact path a client should take to win.
Her encompassing experience in incentives negotiation, location analysis and overall economic development strategy position her as a leading, national economic development consultant. Being the project lead on more than 100 economic development strategies and targeted sector studies, Tracy diligently works to expose and create competitive advantages for Boyette clients. Her legal background, responsiveness and focus result in detailed product delivery to every client, every time.
Prior to joining Boyette, Tracy was a Senior Manager at Deloitte and worked at KPMG, where she managed location analysis and incentives negotiation projects for a variety of industry sectors, including aerospace, automotive, consumer products, corporate headquarters, digital media, healthcare, technology and telecommunications. Tracy also managed projects for DaimlerChrysler and Hyundai that resulted in two of the largest incentives packages ever awarded in the Southeast. At Boyette, she continues her work with corporate clients, providing strategic services to many name brand corporations.
Tracy has authored several articles on economic development, incentives and site location in regional and national publications and continues to be a sought-after speaker at economic development events. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism and received her law degree from Georgia State University.
Im passionate about
traveling to new places and animals (all kinds).
I most admire
"Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
taking care of our current environment to ensure it is preserved for future generations.
My first job after college
was working at a law firm.
A surprising thing to know
I am a true animal lover and went on an African safari for my honeymoon.