Liz Tracey has over 20 years of experience in housing and community development finance. Ms. Tracey was most recently Senior Vice President at the Low Income Investment Fund, where she managed a team of lenders and program officers covering the western United States. Her team worked to bring increased capital to meet community needs, using tools such as the Bay Area’s Transit Oriented Affordable Housing Fund,and the Golden State Acquisition Fund. Prior to LIIF, Ms. Tracey was Vice President of the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Group at JP Morgan Chase, covering California, Oregon and Washington. Projects financed included commercial and retail space, manufacturing facilities, community centers, health clinics, and charter schools.
Ms. Tracey was also a Senior Vice President at Bank of America in their community development banking unit and in their Latin America group, and began her career in finance at Standard & Poors. Ms. Tracey received her B.A. in History from Northwestern University and MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.