Tracey Crouch MP
Born in 1975, Tracey grew up and was educated in Kent. As the daughter of a social worker and insurance broker, Tracey left Kent to study Law at The University of Hull when after graduation she accidentally found herself working as a researcher to a Conservative MP rather than training to become a solicitor.
In 2012 Tracey was elected as a committee member of the Culture, Media & Sport Select Committee and in 2013 she was elected as a member of the Political & Constitutional Reform Select Committee. Tracey has served as Chairman of the All Party Alcohol Misuse Group, the All Party Group for Dementia and the All Party Group for Mindfulness and and Vice Chairman of the All Party Group for Women in Sport.
In May 2015, Tracey was appointed Parliamentary Secretary of State for Sport, Tourism and Heritage. As a keen sports enthusiast she enjoys promoting sport and wellbeing across all areas of society.