Tracy Prussin is DNAinfo's Creative Director. She manages the Creative Department, overseeing all digital and print materials.
Tracy earned a Bachelors degree in Graphic Design from Miami International Fine Arts College. She then earned her Masters in Design and Technology from Parsons School of Design in New York.
A thesis project that combined baseball with the stock market helped Tracy land a job at CNBC, where she worked as a senior web designer for three years. She helped launch CNBC.com in December 2005, and won a webby award in 2008. Tracy’s most notable work was the redesign of CNBC's on-air graphics package that launched early 2009. Tracy’s work can still be seen on the network station today.
In 2012, Tracy helped DNAinfo earn their first Ippy award with her design of the Crime and Safety Report. The comprehensive report ranks the safety of every neighborhood in New York City.
Fun Fact: In 2008 Tracy had the honor of ringing the opening bell at the NYSE.