Tracey Henry brings over twenty-five years of public relations and brand consulting experience, specializing in lifestyle, wellness, culinary, and nightlife industries.
Emory EMPACT (Emory Mentorship Program for At-Risk Medical Students and Mentorship Support Services) is another service she is offering students. As Faculty Student Advisor she assists them in developing effective study skills while connecting them to relevant SOM academic resources. Additionally she directs Emory EMPACT which seeks to engage and support underrepresented medical students.
Early Life and Education
Tracey Reiner was raised by Penny Marshall and Michael Henry of Los Angeles and New Mexico respectively, where both her mother and father enjoyed successful film industry careers.
She first made her acting debut at 13 in a kids’ show called Laverne and Shirley but quickly disliked being under the spotlight and left after four years.
Tracey also worked at the Wits Center for Human Development, where she conducted one-on-one and group counseling sessions as well as wellness training programs. Furthermore, she founded Tshikululu Social Investments and served on the trusteeship team of FirstRand Empowerment Foundation.
At Emory University, she serves as an Assistant Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine. Additionally, she acts as inaugural Thread Director for Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) within MD curriculum; working closely with school DEI leaders and students to integrate DEI across all aspects of patient care.
Tracey Henry is a Program Manager at Conduit Health Partners where she oversees various healthcare implementation and regulatory projects. With more than two decades of well-rounded project management experience across numerous industries, Tracey offers invaluable help when overseeing such tasks.
She currently sits on the Board of Directors for Tshikululu Social Investments and Trustee for FirstRand Empowerment Foundation. Additionally, she has contributed articles to international peer reviewed journals as well as spoken at several local and international conferences about topics pertaining to social investments, development sector governance and governance practices.
She possesses extensive expertise in labor law matters and recently provided unions with guidance in navigating the complicated arbitration process to settle their disputes. She was instrumental in finding a resolution for Stelco matter which proved immensely complex – she helped forge an amicable agreement between parties to bring success for this case.
Achievement and Honors
Thursday afternoon at the YWCA of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, community leaders gathered to honor Predators CEO/President Sean Henry and wife Tracey with the 2017 Academy for Women of Achievement Corporate Award.
Henry works to ensure the company’s values are reflected in its operations, while also supporting team success at Bridgestone Arena – one of the busiest arenas worldwide, hosting concerts by Tool and Dixie Chicks among other performers.
Henry also serves as the inaugural Director for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within Emory University’s MD primary care track.
She has appeared in various movies, such as Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Masque of the Red Death and A League of Their Own. Additionally, she is well known for her extensive labour law expertise and often invited to speak at conferences regarding it. Most recently she co-authored a paper discussing duty of good faith negotiations for collective agreements.
Emory School of Medicine’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiative. She serves in this capacity by making sure the MD curriculum reflects their mission for DEI.
She and her husband have two children who attend Father Ryan High School. Additionally, they established a scholarship at this institution for students who demonstrate outstanding community service.
Tracey Henry has made an outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry as a playwright, narrator, and actress. Her roles can be found in films and TV series such as Casualty, Bob Martin’s The Way It Is, Doctors Big Train Lenny Henry in Pieces EastEnders Monroe Friday Night Dinner Ridley Road among many others.
Apollo 13 proved a hit with audiences worldwide, leading her to commercially successful roles such as The Other Sister, Straight Right, With Friends Like These…, Frame by Frame and A League of Their Own. Additionally she serves as Executive Director and Trustee for Tshikululu Social Investments respectively at Tshikululu Social Investments; living together with her husband in Los Angeles California.