About Tracey Randall
After leaving for the big city following her three-year tourism diploma at Fleming College, Tracey returned to Peterborough two years ago, flushed with excitement as she embarked on her new career as manager of Peterborough Musicfest. She brings international experience working abroad on the Olympic circuit, spent a year volunteering in Zambia, and managed The Fraser Institute's speaker series in Vancouver. “Peterborough has been privileged to host one of the longest free summer concert series’ in Canada over the past 29 years. This community-galvanizing event continues to bring in tourism dollars and encourages new visitors to start a family or retire in The Kawartha’s. I look forward to working with the PED Board to ensure our region has more to offer as a community while providing sustainable desirable jobs". Proud to call Peterborough home again, Tracey enjoys photography, reading, and a new hobby of gardening around her new Peterborough home. Team sports are a big part of her life such as indoor and beach volleyball plus hitting the golf course when she can.