Tracy Moore

Tracy Moore

Host, Cityline

Tracy Moore is the enigmatic host of Cityline, Canada’s most influential lifestyle program for women. From Monday to Friday, Tracy is seen on screens across the country trying do-it-yourself projects, learning new recipes, and sizing up the latest fashions. Speaking to audiences about making it in the media and the challenges (and triumphs) of balancing a career and motherhood, Tracy is always celebrated for her friendly nature and down to earth attitude.

Tracy’s work ethic and engaging personality saw her advance from a CTV intern to CBC videographer to back-up host and Newsworld anchor. From there, Tracy joined Toronto’s number one morning show, City’s Breakfast Television, as its live reporter. From BT she went to Cityline and the rest, as they say, is history.

Tracy has received many accolades, including a nomination for a Canadian Screen Award, a nomination for a Gemini Award; twice-being named one of Hello Canada’s “Most Beautiful Canadians”; an Ontario Black History Society’s Communications Award; and being named the Black Business and Professional Association Woman of Honour.

Tracy’s work is not limited to her role on-air. Tracy has also joined forces with Freda’s to create a new, made in Canada fashion collection, and is an active community volunteer.

She holds an honours degree in political science from McGill University and a Masters in Journalism from Western University.

And, perhaps most importantly, she’s mom to her two children, Sidney and Eva.

Media Literacy

Tracy Moore explains the importance of “media literacy” in this fully customized keynote for youth or adult audiences.

Making It To The Top

Tracy Moore shares her personal story of overcoming the challenges in order to succeed in this motivational and inspirational keynote.

Women and Self-Esteem

Tracy Moore discusses the importance of self-esteem and confidence in women when it comes to succeeding in one’s career and personal life.

Balancing Motherhood and a Career

Tracy Moore shares stories and anecdotes from her own life as she talks about the tenuous (but possible!) task of balancing motherhood, family, and career.