Tracy Stephenson Tracy was a police officer in the Metropolitan Police for 30 years, retiring at the rank of Superintendent. She held a wide variety of roles during her career and built strong bonds with the community and partnerships with key stakeholders. Tracy currently is a part-time lay member for the Bar Tribunal Adjudication Service sitting on a panel hearing discipline cases relating to Barristers. She volunteers for Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Anthony Nolan Trust. Tracy is passionate about the AAT's work as her son was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia two years ago and has had a rocky road through treatment. As the new patient advocate she is keen to help transform patients' and their families’ journey through this disease.