Tracy Tucker

Tracy began her career with work in film on the movie “The Last of the Mohicans”, and several television movies. In 1992, the Blockbuster Pavilion opened in Charlotte, NC, and she switched her focus to music when she was hired as the assistant marketing director.

In 1994, Tracy moved to Columbus, OH and spent the next six years as the Director of Marketing and Promotions for the Polaris Amphitheater. In 2000, she was promoted to Executive Director and managed a full-time staff of 20 and a part-time staff of over 400. In 2007, the amphitheater’s parent company decided to sell the land and the amphitheater closed.

Since that time, Tracy has been involved in the marketing of several Cirque du Soleil Big Top shows and oversees promotion for the Broadway in Columbus series.

Tracy currently serves as Board President for Baby 1st Network of Ohio whose mission is to provide educational material and support to all who work to reduce Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID). She also serves on the CIAG Infant Safe Sleep subcommittee which works to educate the public about infant safe sleep.