Professional Associations:
Association for Corporate Growth (ACG)
Turnaround Management Association (TMA)

Awards & Recognition:

New York Times "Corner Office" 2012
Banker & Tradesman "New Leaders" 2009
Boston Common's "The List" 2009

Boston Herald
Boston Business Journal
Builder Architect
Naturally New England

Tennis, Triathlon

Tracy Streckenbach
Founder, Hillview Consulting LLC 
An experienced senior level business executive, Tracy has led companies & client engagements in many industries including high-tech, insurance, telecommunications, consumer products, finance, construction, and national defense.  Her focus is on providing transitional senior executive leadership utilizing a consistent approach which balances operational scaleabilitly with a customer-centric strategic build-out.

She excels in hyper-growth market development and urgent turn-around management and possesses a unique triad of abilities including: strategic positioning, team management, and critical process implementation for a targeted and repeatable outcome.  Recent roles include: Chief Executive Officer and Board Member for an international sourcing company in New York and Chief Executive Officer for a production and distribution company in Boston. 

Prior to establishing Hillview Consulting, Tracy helped launch Zentropy Partners, an internet consulting company. In her role on the executive committee, she grew the company from 35 people in Boston to over 700 employees in 11 countries.   Her management experience also includes mission-critical business consulting engagements at Ernst & Young LLP and Corporate Revitalization work for PCS.  In addition to her management and consulting experience, Tracy worked in advertising for Hill, Holliday, Connors Cosmopolis as a Group Director of Account Management and began her career in sales and product management in New York’s fashion industry working for Burlington Industries.  

In September 2012 Tracy was featured in The New York Times "Corner Office" feature and in June, 2009 Tracy was honored as one of the “Top 40 Leaders of 2009” by Banker & Tradesman.  She is an active member of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) and the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and supports the Melanoma Foundation of New England.  She is the author of several business articles and has been both published and recognized in the Boston Herald, Banker & Tradesman, Boston Business Journal, Boston Common, Boston Home, Design New England, Builder Architect, and Naturally New England.   Tracy earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina. She enjoys tennis and triathlon competition and resides in Winchester, Massachusetts with her husband Scott and three children.