Tracy Lee joins the Society for Science & the Public as the new Director of Digital Products. Tracy has over 20 years of extensive experience as a project manager, web designer, and developer. Her experience producing and managing content for multimedia sites includes many years honing her craft as a professional photographer, which has taken her from the Los Angeles set of the award-winning PBS Digital-partnered TV show Pancake Mountain, to clifftops in Scotland, to backstage at the 9:30 Club. Tracy has worked in government, education, publishing, non-profit, and small-business environments, but she's best-known in the art world as a former leader of Artomatic, the largest non-juried all-volunteer art exhibit performing arts venue in the nation, from 2007-2012. Tracy worked with a small team to make it possible for over 1,000 artists in the D.C.-area to build community among themselves and to get their work in front of 75,000 visitors. Tracy grew up in Virginia, attended George Mason University and George Washington University, in her spare time assists her teenage son with costume design for cosplay conventions, and volunteers at the GW Cancer Center with her therapy dog Totoro, a 170-pound Newfoundland.