Tracy Brown is an advocacy and communications specialist who serves as Riverkeeper’s Water Quality Advocate. She develops the strategies and tools that get our water quality data to the public and to the officials and agencies that impact water quality in the Hudson River Valley. Through community engagement, policy and advocacy campaigns, Tracy is advancing the goal of a sewage free Hudson River.
A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design with an MPA in progress at Columbia University, Tracy worked as a Communications Strategist for Fortune 50 companies and non-profits before joining Riverkeeper in 2007. From 2007 to 2009 she served as Riverkeeper’s Director of Communications, where she enjoyed the opportunity to work on all of Riverkeeper’s programs and campaigns.
Tracy serves on the Board of Directors for the Hudson River Watershed Alliance. She lives in Sleepy Hollow, NY, and swims and paddles in the Hudson River as often as she can with her husband and two sons.