Tracey is the Practice Manager for Public Administration and Institutional Reforms in the Governance Global Practice. She has been working with the World Bank for 20 years, starting out as a young professional in 2001. Tracey has held several positions across the Bank both in Washington DC and in Country Offices. These include: the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management network, the Equitable Growth, Finance and Institutions where she was the Program Leader for Egypt, Yemen, and Djibouti based in Cairo. Tracey has extensive experience in government expenditure, fiscal policy and managing public finances. In addition, she has worked on open government and fiscal transparency, tax and revenue policy and administration, and public service delivery. Prior to joining the World Bank Tracey worked in the U.K. Government and held economist positions in the Prime Minister’s Policy and Innovation Unit, the Department for International Development, and the Department for Transport. Tracey’s regional experience also covers Latin American and the Caribbean, South Asia, Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, Eastern Europe, and the Pacific. In addition to Cairo, London and Washington DC; Tracey has lived and worked in Fiji, Kenya, and Bangladesh. Tracey has a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in Economics from the University of Essex, U.K.