Tracey joined the Regional Arts NSW team in 2022 as Chief Executive Officer after a 13-year stint as Executive Director of Arts OutWest. Tracey previously worked at the University of Sydney at the Conservatorium of Music and the Arts Council England with the national Creative Partnerships program. She has travelled extensively in her pursuit of artistic learnings and throughout her career including working for a silversmith in Jerusalem, programming for Wirksworth Festival in rural Derbyshire in the UK and working as a musician in Europe.
Tracey has a PhD from Charles Sturt University as well as a Master of Music (Music Education) and a Bachelor of Music Education, both from Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the University of Sydney.
Lexie joined Regional Arts NSW in 2016 on a temporary basis to support the delivery of ARTLANDS DUBBO. She subsequently joined the organisation in a full time position to manage the grants programs and to provide support and advice to the regional Aboriginal Arts Officers including facilitating introductions and meetings with the Aboriginal leaders in metropolitan organisations.
Lexie previously worked with Domestic Violence NSW and the Australian Red Cross on several social justice campaigns as a visual storyteller and social documentarian. Lexie studied Design at East Sydney TAFE and has worked as a freelance photographer since 2010.
Max has been working within the NSW Arts and Cultural sector since 2018, starting as an intern at Regional Arts Development Organisation Arts OutWest, and joined Regional Arts NSW in 2023.
Max completed his Bachelor of Communication, specialising in Theatre Media from the Charles Sturt University in 2019 and went on to graduate with a Masters of Communication in 2021.
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Jessie joined Regional Arts NSW in March 2016 and is an accountant and bookkeeper with experience in various industries and sectors, including media, advertising, design and IT firms. Her role is to maintain daily accounting tasks and assist Theresa to prepare management and financial reports for Regional Arts NSW.
Jessie holds a Master of Commerce in Finance and Accounting from Macquarie University and is a qualified CPA member.