In addition to on-camera work, Traci has supervised the production of dozens of videos including 11 web series, 6 short docs, and 2 documentary films. She has experience with audio production and currently co-hosts and produces the podcast, Dawson’s Speak.

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Alongside her NBC News colleagues Sandra Lilley, Amber Payne, and Raul Reyes, Traci co-hosted “Changing America,” a news program produced for the livestream channel MSNBC Shift.  (Role: Co-host, producer)

Alongside her NBC News colleagues Sandra Lilley, Amber Payne, and Raul Reyes, Traci co-hosted “Changing America,” a news program produced for the livestream channel MSNBC Shift.
(Role: Co-host, producer)

Traci has produced and co-hosted   Dawson’s Speak: A Podcast About Dawson’s Creek   since 2017. The weekly show, which has a 5-star rating on iTunes, analyzes the classic WB teen drama.  (Role: Co-host, producer)

Traci has produced and co-hosted Dawson’s Speak: A Podcast About Dawson’s Creek since 2017. The weekly show, which has a 5-star rating on iTunes, analyzes the classic WB teen drama.
(Role: Co-host, producer)

Interview: Matt Damon,  The Great Wall  (2017)   (Role: Interviewer, video editor)

Interview: Matt Damon, The Great Wall (2017)
(Role: Interviewer, video editor)

Oral history: Tule Lake internment camp (2016)  (Role: Text editor, audio/video producer)

Oral history: Tule Lake internment camp (2016)
(Role: Text editor, audio/video producer)

Interview: Ludi Lin,  Power Rangers  (2017)   (Role: Interviewer, video editor)

Interview: Ludi Lin, Power Rangers (2017)
(Role: Interviewer, video editor)

Traci conducted interviews ahead of Netflix’s  Always Be My Maybe  release (2019) with Nahnatchka Khan, Randall Park, Ali Wong, Daniel Dae Kim, and Michelle Buteau. The videos were featured on NBCNews.com, as well as edited and shared  for NBC Asian America’s social media accounts.   (Role: Interviewer, video editor)

Traci conducted interviews ahead of Netflix’s Always Be My Maybe release (2019) with Nahnatchka Khan, Randall Park, Ali Wong, Daniel Dae Kim, and Michelle Buteau. The videos were featured on NBCNews.com, as well as edited and shared for NBC Asian America’s social media accounts.
(Role: Interviewer, video editor)

NBC Asian America Presents…   was created in 2016 with the goal of putting Asian American producers and creators behind the camera to tell stories about Asian American communities. As supervising producer for this project, Traci recruited and worked with freelance journalists, filmmakers, and YouTube creators to produce nearly a dozen web series, two feature-length films, and half a dozen short films. The content, which has garnered more than 22 million views across Facebook and YouTube, has gone viral, screened at film festivals across the country, and gained national recognition including at the Southern California Journalism Awards and the NAMIC Vision Awards.  (Role: Supervising producer)

NBC Asian America Presents… was created in 2016 with the goal of putting Asian American producers and creators behind the camera to tell stories about Asian American communities. As supervising producer for this project, Traci recruited and worked with freelance journalists, filmmakers, and YouTube creators to produce nearly a dozen web series, two feature-length films, and half a dozen short films. The content, which has garnered more than 22 million views across Facebook and YouTube, has gone viral, screened at film festivals across the country, and gained national recognition including at the Southern California Journalism Awards and the NAMIC Vision Awards.
(Role: Supervising producer)

In collaboration with Jubilee Media in 2017, Traci co-created and oversaw the launch of   NBC Asian America Presents: A to Z  , a special project for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. A to Z was the first list of its kind to highlight emerging voices and rising stars across Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. Each year, the 26 honorees were given a letter that corresponded to an adjective or phrase that described their work in lifting up the community – from “X” for “Xtreme” ( Chloe Kim, 2017 ) to “R” for “Ready for the Spotlight” ( Lana Condor, 2018 ). More than 80 pieces of original content were published each year, from original video interviews to written interviews to photographs of each honoree.  (Role: Supervising producer, editor)

In collaboration with Jubilee Media in 2017, Traci co-created and oversaw the launch of NBC Asian America Presents: A to Z, a special project for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. A to Z was the first list of its kind to highlight emerging voices and rising stars across Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. Each year, the 26 honorees were given a letter that corresponded to an adjective or phrase that described their work in lifting up the community – from “X” for “Xtreme” (Chloe Kim, 2017) to “R” for “Ready for the Spotlight” (Lana Condor, 2018). More than 80 pieces of original content were published each year, from original video interviews to written interviews to photographs of each honoree.
(Role: Supervising producer, editor)