Global Workforce Planning & Sourcing Manager, Halliburton
With over 18 years in the oil and gas industry, Tracy Gray is the Global Manager for Workforce Planning and Sourcing for the Project Management side of the Consulting and Project Management Product Service Line of Halliburton. Prior to this role, she was the Program Management Office (PMO) Manager for Halliburton’s Battle Red Opportunity-to-Cash (OTC) Transformation Program. Tracy began her career at Halliburton in 2007 as a software consultant in Landmark. She then became a Project Manager and then Business Interface Manager within Landmark before joining the Digital Asset as the Software Development Program Manager. Prior to joining Halliburton, Tracy worked for 7 years at Shell where she was the Global Process and Quality Lead for Shell Information Technology International. She has also served as an adjunct professor for multiple years at Houston Baptist University and remains on the Board for the School of Nursing at Houston Baptist University as well as the Board for Empowerment at the University of Houston. She is also the Co-Founder and Past President Elect for Halliburton’s Women Sharing Excellence diversity group.
Tracy received her Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and Management from Texas A&M University and her Masters of Business Administration in Management, Computing and Systems from Houston Baptist University. She maintains a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB) Certification, Certification in Leadership and Management, Program and Portfolio Management Certification (PPMC), Human Capital Strategist (HCS) Certification, and ITIL Foundation Certification. She is a certified ScrumMaster (CSM) and a certified Career Management Coach. She is a member of the World100, a group of top 100 worldwide human capital practitioners. She is an advocate for pediatric cancer research and fundraising and has authored a book title “Smile for Your Child: A Parent’s Guide to Finding Positive Energy During Diagnosis, Treatment, and Life After”. She has also coached her children’s basketball, softball, and cheer teams for the past 5 years.