Economic Forecast with Tracey Grose
Please join The City Club of San Francisco and David Jamison in welcoming Tracey Grose to The Roundtable.
Tracey advises business and public leaders on technology-driven economic change. She has a knack for framing complex ideas and relationships for broad audiences and busy leaders. She designs innovative analyses and engagement processes that help business and public leaders better understand how markets and the economy are transforming and where new opportunities are emerging.
Her advising, engagement and analysis helps leaders better anticipate change, adapt to it and develop concrete metrics for tracking progress toward their defined goals. Areas of impact include international corporate development, organizational development, adaptation to structural economic and market changes, cultivation of regional innovation hubs and cross-border partnerships, adaptation and new business models in the energy transition, novel application of technology in the developing world, and economic strategy.
In addition to her role as founding principal of TG Strategic Insights, Tracey serves as Chair to California State Controller Betty Yee’s Council of Economic Advisors. She is member of the board of directors to SalesPhase, a CRM software startup. She serves as the Co-Chair for the Cleantech Industry Group of the German American Business Association. She publishes on www.Medium.com, and on the Ford Foundation’s www.Urb.im platform, and writes on emerging technology and practices that support agile and low-emission development in the developing world. Formerly, as Vice President, Tracey directed research and business operations at the Bay Area Council Economic Institute. Tracey has a Masters degree in Political Science with minors in Economics and Sociology from the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University in Frankfurt. Consulting in the US and internationally, Tracey is fluent in German and has a working proficiency in French.
LUNCHEON WILL BE SERVED.
This will be a small group to allow for discussion, seating is limited.