Tracey Quezada

Berkeley, California, United States


Tracey has nine years of professional experience in film, television, multimedia marketing and the non-profit sector. As an independent video producer, Tracey has produced and directed film and promotional videos. Recent clients include the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Community Bridge Video, Patch and Global Fund for Women. From 2004-2006 Tracey worked at KUFW a radio station founded by civil rights activist Cesar Chavez. Tracey covered stories about under served communities in the central valley. Topics included immigration rights, health and working conditions. It was there, at KUFW radio station where she learned her skill and passion for sharing profound stories. From 2006-2007 she was the Executive Assistant at New America Media the first ethnically diverse news organization in the world to report on issues and educational topics globally in multiple languages. Tracey is currently producing a documentary film that shares true stories of survivors of child sexual abuse,broadens our response beyond the criminal justice system, and show's how society’s inability to effectively address child sexual abuse impacts not only individuals, but whole communities and society at large.She is an experienced researcher, story developer, director and producer. She currently lives and works in Berkeley CA, where she serves on the screening committee for the San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival.