Tracy Doyle, of Long Beach, California is the board of directors chair of Peace Through Action USA. Tracy brings to Peace Through Action a special combination of public sector leadership, theology scholarship, and faith-motivated service experience.
Tracy, currently employed with CPMC, is assigned by contract to serve as operational delivery lead for self-response with the 2020 Census Technical Integrator Program. Previously she served as a program manager with Leidos. As a public servant, Tracy was director of the Decennial Response Integration System (DRIS) contract at the U.S. Census Bureau, during which she was fully responsible for a $1.05 billion budget and directly responsible for the management of over 40 staff members. The DRIS program was named in 2011 by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) as one of the top seven best-run IT programs in the federal government. Tracy served in Ethiopia for three years with Comboni Lay Missionaries. Tracy holds a Master of Theological Studies from Washington Theological Union and a Master of Public Administration from The George Washington University. Tracy has completed professional development in the Leadership for a Democratic Society program of the Federal Executive Institute, Leadership for Public Policy Implementation program of American University, and a master’s certificate in information technology project management from The George Washington University.
Tracy is motivated to serve Peace Through Action as a board of directors member because “we as individuals in our immediate community can make a difference in each other’s lives and the way in which we live among and with others. I believe that peace is possible through focused action in which we actively seek out local solutions that allow us to build supportive and mindful communities that value our differences and celebrate our common humanity.”