The only daughter of Trinidadian immigrants, Tracy Blake (she/her) was raised in a multicultural, multi-ethnic, multi-faith, working class neighbourhood in Toronto, Canada on the traditional territory of many nations, including the Anishinaabeg, the Haudenosaunee, the Chippewa, and the Huron-Wendat peoples, as well as the Mississaugas of the Credit. She completed her MSc in Physiotherapy at McMaster University (2004), MClSc in Manipulative Therapy degree at the University of Western Ontario (2009), and PhD in Kinesiology (Sports Medicine) at the University of Calgary (2016). Currently practicing at Volleyball Canada and Toronto Western Hospital, Tracy has worked as a clinician in a variety of settings. She is a Registered International Sport Physical Therapist and a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy. Tracy holds a status-appointment at the University of Toronto Department of Physiotherapy, and is engaged in physiotherapy student research at McMaster University and the University of Zambia. She is also an Associate Editor at the British Journal of Sports Medicine and the BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine. Tracy is an advocate for person-centred, justice-driven, evidence-informed approaches to health. She engages the integration of social justice into health education, services, regulation, advocacy, research and publishing spaces.