Tracey Stewart

Senior Program Officer
Priority Areas I Work In:

Affordable Housing | Child and Youth Physical Well-Being | Food Access and Security 

Tracey, who joined The Colorado Health Foundation in November 2020 as a senior program officer, has amassed a breadth of experience in the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors, including public policy development and community investment projects. Backed by almost twenty years of expertise in family economic mobility, she searches for sustainable investments that create lasting solutions, and ultimately change the way philanthropy thinks about community-driven initiatives to emphasize self-sufficiency and self-determination.

Previously, Tracey served as the director of family economic security at Gary Community Investments, where she led the expansion of community-based investments in workforce, affordable housing and financial inclusion. Other highpoints of her nonprofit career include working on policy at Colorado Center on Law and Policy and community data management at Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. Prior to her roles in the nonprofit sector, Tracey was a technologist specializing in data systems and organizational change management.

Tracey remains committed to strengthening her community and serves as a board member for Hope Communities, Uncharted and Colorado Consumer Health Initiative. She is also a part of advisory committees for Warren Village, Grounded Solutions and NPX Advisors Group.

Tracey loves immersing herself in written and filmed stories, and is a self-described bibliophile (a person who loves books) and science fiction fan. When she is unable to travel internationally, Tracey loves to visit Crestone, Colorado, or explore her neighborhood through lengthy walks that end with a treat from a local restaurant or market. A proud aunt, she is close with her siblings who also live in Denver.


BA English Literature – Dartmouth College

MA Education and Leadership – University of Denver

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“To fight and advocate for, and to believe in the idea of being healthy and living a quality life is not a dream. It’s a reality I grew up with, and it should be available to everyone.”
Tracey Stewart
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