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Tracey Corbin-Machette (virtual)
CEO | Bus Stop Films
Tracey Corbin-Matchett has a passion for diversity, inclusion and connecting people. Having worked with many state and federal government agencies in policy, stakeholder relations and communications roles for over 25 years, her career has crossed many sectors including social housing, women’s domestic violence services, small business education and the screen industry.Tracey moved into her “dream job” in July 2019 as CEO of Bus Stop Films, the award-winning organisation which has pioneered #inclusivefilmmaking for over 12 years, by using filmmaking and the film industry to raise the profile of people living with disabilities on both sides of the camera.Previously she worked at Screen NSW leading strategies including She Shoots and Screenablity, focusing on gender equity and disability employment in the screen industry. Prior to that she was the State Manager of the Women’s Domestic Violence Court Assistance Program with NSW Legal Aid and won the Elle Magazine Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Award for her work in community development in social housing working with Housing NSW.Tracey is also a Director of Deaf Sports Australia and IncludeAbility Ambassador for the Australian Human Rights Commission, a strategy of the Disability Human Rights Commissioner focused on disability employment. Tracey has bi-lateral sensorineural hearing loss and is an active and proud member of the Deaf community. She is a mum of three busy kids. Her eldest daughter Aurora is also hard of hearing and is an NDIS participant. Tracey loves sport and film and sees both as powerful mediums for social change and community development.