Tracey Breeden: Global Head of Women’s Safety and Gender-Based Violence Programs at Uber.
Over a decade of combined public safety and large scale strategic communications and programs experience with specialized skills in partnership management, incident/crisis response, social impact and corporate responsibility. A former police officer and detective with subject matter expertise in sexual assault and domestic violence.
At Uber, Tracey created human trafficking education with Cindy McCain and national experts and created Uber’s first safety tips for riders. She was also instrumental in the creation of Uber’s Driving Change sexual assault and gender-based violence initiatives. Tracey continues to lead Uber’s global women’s safety, human trafficking and gender-based violence programs and partnerships.
Tracey’s passion extends beyond her work. She is vice president of the non-profit Kick at Darkness and continues to work alongside community-based organizations and survivors utilizing her skills to create a platform, providing a voice for those she’s served and continues to serve, in hopes of educating and empowering others, ultimately changing lives together.