Tracey Schmitt Lintott is the executive director of EASE Alliance, a veteran Communications Strategist with over two decades of experience in the public, private and political sectors; including three presidential campaigns and the White House.
On the front lines of Republican politics, she has advised candidates and campaigns as the National Press Secretary for the Republican National Committee, a Spokeswoman for President George W. Bush’s re-election campaign, National Press Secretary for the 2005 Presidential Inaugural Committee, and the Deputy Communications Director and Spokeswoman for the McCain Presidential Campaign, in the fall of 2008, where she traveled with then Governor Palin.
In the private sector, Tracey has counseled numerous business leaders and CEOs at the intersection of public relations, government relations, and public policy. Prior to founding the public affairs firm Matador, she was Senior Vice President Global Public Affairs, at Emergent BioSolutions, a publicly traded biopharmaceutical firm, which specializes in public health threats.
A graduate of the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Journalism, her graduate studies have included Executive Education programs at the Harvard School of Business.