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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.