Tracy Nowski is an Associate Partner in the Social Sector Practice of McKinsey & Company, where her work focuses on women’s economic empowerment and women’s health. Tracy serves foundations, non-profits, multilaterals and NGOs in the US and abroad that are working to advance the status of women & girls, supporting these institutions on a range of strategic, operational, and organizational issues. In the space of women’s economic empowerment, Tracy’s work has addressed occupational sex segregation, entrepreneurship, financial & digital inclusion, the school-to-work transition, unpaid care work, legal & regulatory frameworks for women’s labor, access to property & assets, and trends surrounding the informal labor force. Tracy is an attorney by training, and has previously worked at the ACLU Women’s Rights Project on the litigation of employment discrimination cases, and for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America on women’s health policy issues. For seven years, Tracy served on the Board of Directors of Strong Women, Strong Girls, a national non-profit mentoring program for at-risk girls. She holds a J.D. from Yale Law School, and an A.B. summa cum laude in Women’s Studies from Harvard University; her academic research has focused on reproductive rights law & policy, as well as women’s political representation.