Tracy Nnanwubar is leading our Communications Strategy. She is an English Expert currently en route to a Ph.D. in English Language and Communications with a Gender Equity and Social Inclusion (GESI) focal point. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants for Communications, an Awardee for the Economy Booster Program by Impact Hub in Austria, and the 2021 Communications Coordinator for the GSA at Trinity Western University in Canada. The youngest Editor in Nigeria at age 18, Tracy was a Creative Writing Scholarship recipient of the Pan African Literary Forum at New York University.She was aMasterCard-sponsored Resident Writer at the 2012 London Olympics and was hosted by the German government at the Goethe Institute's “Author's Talk”. In 2017, she won a World Bank scholarship to attend Lagos Business School as a “WomenX” Scholar, became a McKinsey & Company Next Generation Women Leaders Award Finalist, and a Finalist for the Youth Enterprise Scale-Up program supported by the THNK School of Creative Leadership in Amsterdam. She is a British Council Partner for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Affiliate of TakeIELTS by the European Association For Education, and Author of "Red Pepper and English Tea" published in India (Award Winner for Best New Fiction). She is a member of PEN America, the Association of Nigerian Authors, and the Society for Book & Magazine Editors of Nigeria.Post-COVID-19, she pioneeredThe Online Lady lending her voice to literacy advancement through book parties, linguistic projects, and English language consulting. She is a Mentee of AFRISOC’s Scholarships and Access Committee at the University of Oxford, and contributed to the passing of the motion by the Brampton City Council in Canada for Incoming Investment Opportunities with African and Caribbean Markets”, with a special focus on Education & Creative Arts.