Tracy Dolan is Vermont’s Deputy Commissioner of Public Health. She has been working in public health for more than 20 years, getting her start in northern Canada working with vulnerable populations in reducing the risk of HIV infection. She spent 10 years working in international health, primarily in sub-Saharan Africa with a focus on HIV/AIDS care and prevention, maternal child health, and youth reproductive health. Since 2000, Tracy has worked at the Vermont Department of Health. She was hired in 2009 as the Director of Planning. In 2011 she was appointed Deputy and in 2014, she served temporarily as Vermont’s Acting Commissioner of Health. She holds a Master’s of Science in Community Health. Tracy lives in Jericho, Vermont and is married with two young children. She enjoys exploring all that the Vermont outdoors has to offer with her family.