Tracey Dodd

Tracey Dodd
  • Biography/ Background

    Dr Dodd is a Research Fellow and Lecturer at the University of Adelaide (Australia) and Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Exeter (UK). She earned her PhD with UniSA in 2017 and a Masters of Public Policy and Management with Carnegie Mellon University in 2009. Her research in the area of innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainability has been published and presented internationally. In addition to her academic contribution, Dr Dodd has two decades of project management experience, including intergovernmental reforms valued at $400M and oversight of project teams who have won over $16M in funding.

    Tracey Dodd is also founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sustainable Innovation, an advisory firm providing project management and strategic planning advice to national clients. Current and past clients include: the Australian Government, the Victorian Government, the South Australian Government, Housing Choices Australia, Centacare, AnglicareSA, the Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People (SA), the Australian Centre For Social Innovation, and the Jodi Lee Foundation.



    0407 165 676


  • Teaching Interests

    Project management 



  • Publications

    Dr Dodd publishes in a range of academic and industry outlets. Full list of publications available at:

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Entry last updated: Friday, 18 Mar 2022