TV 10Tracey E. Vitchers is a non-profit executive and nationally recognized expert on youth sexual violence.

Tracey currently serves as the Executive Director of It’s On Us, a nonprofit founded in 2014 by Vice President Biden to combat campus sexual assault by empowering young men to see themselves as part of the solution and activating the largest student organizing program of its kind. It’s On Us is the only national sexual assault prevention nonprofit in the United States to combine grassroots organizing with large-scale culture change campaigns through partnerships with creative agencies, influencers, PR and communications firms, and media.

Over the last decade, Tracey has worked shoulder to shoulder with multiple pro-survivor legislators to draft and pass legislation at the state and federal levels that would prevent sexual assault and support survivors when violence happens.

From April 2014 to October 2017 Tracey served the Chief Development Officer for Callisto, a nonprofit that creates technology to combat sexual assault, empower survivors, and advance justice.

Tracey serves on the Governing Board of her local sexual assault and domestic violence survivor services organization Safe Haven of Pike County. She is also a member the Board of Directors for the national campus sexual assault survivor advocacy and prevention organization End Rape On Campus. Additionally, Tracey is a member of the Advisory Board of Culture Of Respect, which strengthens schools by providing them with a framework to assess and improve efforts to eliminate rape and sexual assault from their campuses.

Tracey currently serves as the Pike County Representative to the Pennsylvania State Democratic Committee and is a proud life-long Northeast Pennsylvanian.

Tracey previously served as Chair of the Board for SAFER, a national campus sexual violence prevention organization from June 2014 to May 2016. From November 2012 to June 2014 Tracey acted as SAFER’s Communications Coordinator. She also previously served as website coordinator for Know Your IX, a national movement to empower students to end campus sexual violence.

Tracey was named 2014 Women’s Media Center Progressive Women’s Voices Fellow in September 2014.

In May 2011 Tracey founded the national youth service-learning program The 9/12 Generation Project and acted as Director until the fall of 2013. During that time she also served as a consultant for a variety of non-profit organizations.

Tracey holds a Bachelor of the Arts in Women’s Studies and English from Williams College and a Masters of the Arts in Comparative Women’s Studies in Culture and Politics from Universiteit Utrecht in The Netherlands.

Tracey and her work have been featured on CNN, CSPAN, Cosmopolitan, MSNBC, Forbes, and numerous other media outlets.