Tracy Del Bianco is Engagement Director at 270 Strategies. She previously worked as a federal strategy and operations consultant for Deloitte and served as Deputy Field Director in Virginia for the re-election campaign of President Barack Obama. She has more than a decade of experience in political and community organizing, national program development, and training focused on leadership development and curriculum building for large and diverse audiences.
An expert on change management, outreach and engagement strategies, and strategic planning, Tracy has helped lead major projects across federal and city government as well as the nonprofit and corporate sectors. As Change Management Lead at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, she developed and led a stakeholder engagement initiative central to a budget realignment project. She also created an empirical program measurement system to measure parent and family outreach for 150 New York City Department of Education Office of Community Schools. Most recently, she developed the electoral training materials for Indivisible, a national grassroots advocacy organization, to support its work during the 2018 midterms.
Tracy got her start in organizing and management working on both of President Obama’s campaigns and former Virginia Congressman Tom Perriello’s 2010 race. As a National Regional Director at Enroll America, Tracy helped craft a national plan to connect uninsured Americans to affordable health insurance during the first Affordable Care Act open enrollment period and oversaw the outreach program implementation in key states. She also served as Training Director at For Our Future, where she developed a national training strategy that focused on standardizing basic organizing trainings, modernizing onboarding and compliance trainings, and increasing coaching and support for managers.
Tracy holds a Masters of Public Affairs from the LBJ School at the University of Texas Austin and a BA in Political Science from Boston University. Hailing from Maryland, she loves to spend time with her family and friends, preferably on the water. She lives in Eastern Market with her husband, John.