TRACY LIPortfolio Manager - Metals and Mining Sector
Tracy is in her third year in the Queen’s Commerce program this fall. She is currently a Portfolio Manager for the Metals and Mining sector. Previously, she was an Analyst for the Metals and Mining sector.
This summer, she worked in Atlanta as a Peace Programs Development Intern at The Carter Center. Previously, she worked on public private partnerships research for regional infrastructure development at Chongqing University in China.
At Queen’s, Tracy serves as a Co-Chair for Queen’s Global Markets, an undergraduate macroeconomic and public policy think tank. She is also a contributing writer for the Queen’s Business Review and has published articles about China’s tobacco industry and entrepreneurship in Africa. Previously, she was a Training Coordinator for the Queen’s Model United Nations Team, an initiative under the Queen’s International Affairs Association. She has participated in undergraduate UN debate simulations at McGill, Princeton and Harvard.
Tracy attended Sir Winston Churchill High School in Calgary, Alberta, where she completed the IB Certificate. During high school, Tracy held leadership roles in Model UN, a Junior Achievement company and a school mural painting project that featured student compliments. Additionally, she completed her RCM ARCT in piano performance.