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Tracy Held

Tracy Held (she/they) is an award-winning, multi-racial Chinese/Eastern European American writer for stage and screen. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Tracy has a background in nonprofit fundraising and conservation science. She is a do-gooder with a heart of puns who writes like Rachel Bloom on PBS. Tracy uses her writing to defeat pessimism and to inspire collaboration and connection. Winner of an Alfred P. Sloan Screenwriting Award, she is a co-founder of Erosion films, founder of All Terrain Theater, and served as a former Executive Director of the nonprofit Play Cafe. She was the Vice-Chair of the Writers Guild of America West Asian American Writers Committee. Tracy has a BS in Conservation and Resource Studies from UC, Berkeley and an MFA in Dramatic Writing from Carnegie Mellon.


Female, BIPOC, Asian, Multi-Ethnic

Tracy Held


(Coming of Age Musical Feature)

All Katie wants to do is save the world, and she has a step-by-step plan to do it, but first she needs to win her high school science fair which means accepting the hard-to-believe truth that she may not always be right.


(Comedy, Pilot)

Theresa Chin's first act as the new Executive Director of the struggling nonprofit Friends of the Local Parks is to eliminate the office hierarchy, but the human and animal staff fall apart without their beloved structure, and the newly-hired horse just wants to stop being stuck in the door.

Character-driven, Female-centric, BIPOC-centric, Queer, Science, Coming-of-Age, YA

Female, BIPOC, Asian, Multi-Ethnic


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