Tracey Corbin-Matchett OAM

Tracey Corbin-Matchett OAM

Chief Executive Officer, Bus Stop Films

Tracey is a proud hard of hearing woman with a passion for advocacy and inclusion. Her 25-year career has crossed social housing, women’s domestic violence services and the film and television industry.

Her advocacy work in the Australian screen industry has seen her lead on strategies driving greater representation of women and of people with disability in film, TV and advertising.

Tracey is growing the work of Bus Stop Films on a global scale, with a focus on disability employment and authentic representation in the commercial advertising and screen industry. She has presented Bus Stop’s work to filmmakers and creatives globally, including at the Global Summit of the Unstereotype Alliance at the United Nation and the Dignified Storytelling Summit in as part of Expo Dubai.

Tracey is an Includeability Ambassador on disability employment to the Australian Human Rights Commission, Director of Northcott and Northcott Innovation and of Deaf Sports Australia 2016- 2024. She is also a member of the Screen Australia Gender Matters Taskforce.

11:20 am - 11:50 am

Breaking Barriers: The Power of Inclusive Storytelling in Australian Media

Join four inspiring individuals as they explain why it’s imperative that the stories we tell reflect every facet of our nation's diversity. This panel explores how brands and screen productions can become catalysts for change and will discuss what making tangible, meaningful changes to the way content engages people with disabilities truly looks like.