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Changemaker Chats

  • CIC Cambridge, Venture Cafe, 5th floor One Broadway Cambridge, MA, 02142 United States (map)

This July, Changemakers is talking inspiration – where do you find it and how do you share it? To find our own, we’re turning to a woman with over 20 years’ experience sharing stories about companies and brands that we’re all familiar with – household names, like Bank of America, Dunkin’ Donuts, Cadillac and Sony Pictures.

Tracy Brady is a true leader in the world of marketing and communications, and currently serves as the Senior Vice President of Communications and Corporate Marketing at Hill Holiday. If you want to get a taste of her abilities and priceless sense of humor, take a look at her recently launched blog, Festival of Need. Her perspective on working motherhood is one that is sure to strike a cord with those in a similar place in their own lives.

Mark your calendar for the 24th and go ahead and reserve your spot today – this is a chat you won’t want to miss!

About Tracy Brady

Tracy Brady is SVP, Communications & Corporate Marketing for advertising agency Hill Holliday, where she leads corporate communications, media relations, executive visibility and thought leadership for the agency, and also contributes to the communication strategies of clients including Bank of America, Optum, Party City and Novartis.

She has over 20 years’ experience in public relations, publicity, communications and brand marketing in leading roles with Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, Turner Broadcasting, Modernista! and Arnold Worldwide, and has worked on brand campaigns for Volkswagen, Cadillac, Dunkin’ Donuts, John Hancock, Planet Fitness, Chili’s, (RED), Showtime, World Wrestling Entertainment, Merrell, Hershey’s, Goodyear, and Partnership for Drug Free Kids among others.

Her writing has appeared in Fortune, Adweek, The Boston Globe Magazine, The Martha’s Vineyard Times, VentureBeat, and Muse by Clio, and she has spoken at leading industry events including the 3% Conference. She is a member of the IPG Women’s Leadership Network and She Runs It, serving for the past two years in their mentoring program. Tracy sits on the advisory boards of Farm.Field.Sea. and Turning Life On.

Tracy is a mother of two boys, a graduate of Fordham University and the Sorbonne, and the published author of two widely unread and critically unacclaimed novels (Confessions of a Nervous Shiksa and Real Women Eat Beef).

She recently launched, a humor blog about working motherhood.