A dedicated businessman with a distinguished career in the military and financial management won the top tong at the 2022 Moreton Bay Business and Innovation Awards – the region's leading and premier awards program.
Tracy Johnson of SRJ Walker Wayland was announced the winner in the Employee of the Year Category – one of the night’s highest honours.
Tracy thanked the judges for bestowing the honour on him, saying “it’s a real honour to receive this award and it’s a direct reflection of the collective effort of my team, my firm, my family”.
About Tracy Johnson
Tracy Johnson of SRJ Walker Wayland was named Moreton Bay’s Employee of the Year at the 2022 Moreton Bay Business and Innovation Awards, which was held at the Eatons Hill Hotel on Friday, October 21.
The award recognises an individual for their extraordinary professional achievement and contribution to their organisation.
Speaking on the night in front of a crowd of more than 480 people, Tracy said his success in the business world was built on the pillars of his faith and family.
Tracy also said in his speech “it’s a real honour to receive this award and it’s a direct reflection of the collective effort of my team, my firm, my family”.
Tracy was one of five finalists in the category, which was sponsored by Akyra Strategy and Development.
Tracy joined the Brendale business in 2010 where he worked as a Financial Controller.
This role quickly changed into a Corporate Services Manager across three offices where Tracy was responsible for supervising the administration, HR, marketing and IT teams across the firm.
In June 2017, Tracy was chosen to lead the company’s new Business Solutions Team before being promoted to the level of Principal and offered equity in the business.
In addition, Tracy also provides pro bono services to community groups. One example is when he assisted the new Greater Caboolture Chamber of Commerce in setting up its administration system.
Before moving to Australia with his family, Tracy attended the University of Hawaii, where he graduated in Business with honours.
Tracy was on the American National University Dean’s list in 1996 and 1997 during his eight years in logistics and support in the United States Army.
During his time in the military, Tracy became a highly skilled rifleman, and received two Commendation medals and four Achievement medals.
Tracy’s dedication to his community also extends out of the office, where he volunteers at his local church.
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