Tracey Mitchell is a settler from Treaty 4 Territory (Moose Jaw), now living in Treaty 6 Territory (Saskatoon). A social justice and environmental activist since the age of 13, Tracey sits on the national board of The Council of Canadians and is active in Climate Justice Saskatoon. She was also a founding member of Bus Riders of Saskatoon. She has written for various publications including Briarpatch Magazine and the book and website Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for Revolution.
Tracey has been the Saskatchewan Coordinator for Next Up since 2010. She ran her own facilitation business from 2009 to 2014 and now works as a Peer Support Mentor, putting her own lived experience of depression to good use in supporting others.