Aic22 Rector Tracey

Tracy Rector

Filmmaker; Managing Director of Storytelling, Nia Tero

Tracy Rector is a mixed-heritage filmmaker with a passion for amplifying and uplifting Indigenous and BIPOC voices. She is managing director of storytelling for Nia Tero, a nonprofit working in solidarity with Indigenous peoples and movements. Rector holds three decades of experience as a community organizer, educator, filmmaker, film programmer, and arts curator. For the last 20 years, she has directed and produced over 400 films, including shorts, features, music videos, and virtual reality projects. Her work has been featured on “Independent Lens,” ImagineNative, PBS, and National Geographic, as well as at film festivals including Cannes and Toronto. Rector was a Seattle arts commissioner for eight years and is currently a board member of the Mize Foundation, Working Films, and the Flaherty Seminar.

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