Episode 3 - Tracey Thompson

March 10, 2021 00:26:40
Episode 3 - Tracey Thompson
Relativity: The Podcast for Women in Family Business
Episode 3 - Tracey Thompson
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In our third episode, we sit down with Tracey Thompson, Managing Partner of Design Enviro Pty Ltd. with her husband. The company trades as Shutterflex and is recognised as an innovative leader in the design and manufacture of climate solutions for the construction industry. Prior to joining the business in 2007, Tracey worked as a Consultant and Project Manager in Educational Policy and Curriculum Design, contributing to the design and implementation of major Curriculum initiatives. She has held positions of President of the Australasian Teachers of Media and lecturer at QUT in Curriculum and Teaching practice.

Her personal experience of the last thirteen years of the transition from a career in government policy to partnering with her husband in a family business has driven her desire to support other women working in family businesses. Tracey has a passion to promote the unique contribution women make to a business that has family and ethical practices at its heart and sees her involvement in WiFB Australia and New Zealand as an opportunity to achieve this and help women overcome the dynamics of family and business relationships that only a Family Business can provide.

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