In the 21st century we are facing rapid social, environmental
and economic change. Governments, industries and communities must make
difficult decisions and tackle complex cross-sectoral policy problems to ensure
prosperity and well-being for current and future generations.
We focus on economic development that can be sustained over time because it is aimed not only at building improved economic conditions, but also at creating wider opportunity to contribute to and participate in the benefits of economic growth.
At a systems level we integrate regional approaches to
housing, transportation, skill development, technological innovation, economy,
and land use planning strategies, that
promote strong, economically-independent connected communities.
Working Visions has had the opportunity to work across many regions in Queensland including peak Regional Development Organisations, local Councils including Aboriginal Councils, and government agencies on projects including regional economic and tourism development, housing, sustainable communities and aged care.
Tracey holds a Master of Sustainable Development (Communities); a Diploma in Human Resource Management and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. She is a member of the Northern Australia Economic Development Forum (NAEDF); the FNQ ROC Economic Development network, the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2).