A forum about the future of workplace design
Tracey Slatter is managing director of Barwon Water. She is highly regarded by her peers for her distinctive ability to disrupt and innovate in traditional sectors, leveraging off a "learning lens" to identify and act on new opportunities and challenges. She enjoys leadership challenges and is committed to achieving excellent outcomes and improved value for the community.
Under Tracey’s guidance, Barwon Water developed and launched Strategy 2030, marking the start of a paradigm shift from a utility provider to an enabler of regional prosperity.
Prior to joining Barwon Water, Tracey held a number of senior roles within the health, community and public sectors including chief executive officer at the City of Port Phillip, head of claims at the Transport Accident Commission, and chief executive officer at Colac Otway Shire.
Tracey is a board director of G21 and an active member of the Committee for Geelong. She holds postgraduate qualifications in business leadership and a Master of Commerce. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration, and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.