Missy Tracy is the Municipal Relations Coordinator at Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison and a tribal member of the Ho-Chunk Nation. Her career spans three decades in business with 22 years of management experience. For the past 13 1/2 years, Missy has worked for Indian country in Public Relations, Training, Regulation and Community Relations. She was the Senior Public Relations Manager for Ho-Chunk Gaming WI Dells executing an award winning strategic public relations program achieving accolades from the Central WI Community Action Council and the Baraboo Chamber of Commerce. In 2011, under her leadership, Ho-Chunk Gaming WI Dells was a Real Heroes Corporate award recipient, bestowed by the American Red Cross. As the National Indian Gaming Association Seminar Institute Director in Washington, D. C., Missy transformed the Institute from profit loss to a revenue generating center in one year. Since 2009, Missy has served on the board for the WI Council on Problem Gambling who presented her with the Spirit award in 2019. She also serves on boards for Destination Madison, Downtown Madison, Inc., Overture Center for the Arts and Sustain Dane. As a public speaker she presents on the history of Indigenous people. Nationally, she has represented the Americans for Nonsmokers Rights’ Foundation speaking on smoke-free environments. Missy addressed the University of WI Madison, Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement 2018 graduates as the Keynote at their graduation recognition ceremony. In July, 2020, Missy was appointed to the Wisconsin Governor’s Council on Tourism by Governor Tony Evers.
Missy joined the ANR Foundation’s Board of Directors in 2021.