Tracey Todd is the Social Media Director for the National Institute for Civil Discourse, having joined the Institute in early 2014. Tracey works with the Institute's social media platforms to integrate the social media strategy into the Institute's overall communications strategy and handles the content and engagement associated with the National Institute for Civil Discourse's social media channels. He came from Gannett Digital and USA Today where he worked in Advertising Operations and collaborated on social media initiatives including projects that focused on user-generated content. He has experience in digital communications and social media management from working for media content providers, The Hill Newspaper and USA Today. Tracey holds a B.A. in Mass Communication from Fayetteville State University in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Tracey came to the National Institute for Civil Discourse to help build a social media environment where Americans could not only connect and have civil dialogues about the issues facing our nation but also feel connected to creating outcomes from those discussions. Tracey utilizes social media and emerging technologies to help strengthen the quality and effectiveness of conversation in the online spaces today.