Tracey Bignall Senior Policy & Practice Officer

Tracey Bignall

Tracey is currently the Senior Policy and Practice Officer with the Race Equality Foundation. She has undertaken research within the social care field, primarily on disability issues, and is co-author of several reports, including Between ambition and achievement: The views of young black disabled people on independent living and Something to do. Other research has explored the implementation of family group conferences and the career development of senior black managers in social services.

She is currently working on the Engage London project which provides a range of activities to support sustainability in the children, young people and families sector.  In addition, she is working on a Department of Health funded programme to assist clinical commissioning groups in the commissioning of communication services for seldom heard and marginalised groups.  

Tracey is also currently a member of the Risks, Trusts and Relationships, the Neighbourhood Approaches to Loneliness advisory group, National BAME Transplant Association (NBTA) , and National Institute for Health Research Satisfaction with Social Care Services amongst BME populations.