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Channel Nine’s Tracy Vo ‘Why Children’s Mental Health Matters’ – Mindfulness & Wellbeing

 An interview with Perth 9 News Tracy Vo – Journalist, author and children’s mental health advocate

Digital Consciousness TV – the online channel for The Emotional Literacy & Mindfulness Academy.

Bringing it local speaking to the topic of kids, digital health and mental wellbeing as well as Tracy’s book Small Bamboo.

Click here for a copy of the book Small Bamboo.

Tracy Vo has been with the Channel Nine since 2007.

Completing a Bachelor of Arts degree at Curtin University, her journalism career began at 882 6PR and CurtinFM 100.1.

In 2004, she moved east to work at Sydney radio station 2SM. Tracy spent two years at the station as breakfast editor, newsreader and reporter.

Tracy moved to television, taking up a producing and reporting role at Sky News Australia.

Tracy joined the 9 News Sydney team in 2007.

In 2010, Tracy became a political reporter in Nine’s Canberra bureau, working with veteran political editor Laurie Oakes.

After a busy year in politics, Tracy returned to Sydney as a general reporter and also taking up the medical round.

Tracy covered a range of stories and roles during her time over east, from field producing presenter Peter Overton during the Black Saturday bushfires, travelling across the country for the 2010 Election Campaign, trekking through the jungles of Borneo and walking with lions in South Africa.

In 2012, Tracy returned home to join the 9 News Perth team in 2012.

Notable stories Tracy has covered include the death of Nelson Mandela in a South Africa, Schapelle Corby’s release in Bali, the mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and abandoned baby Gammy in Thailand.

In 2014, Tracy became a published author, telling her family’s story in Small Bamboo.

Tracy spent two years hosting TODAY Perth before moving to afternoons to present 9 Perth Live from early 2018.

What does being Digitally Consciousness mean to Tracy?

“It’s being accountable for the time I spend on social media.”

Have you read our book Digital Consciousness supported by Dr Bruce Lipton, Heartmath Institute?