Tracy Akua Agyeiwah Ofosuhene is a New York-based producer, writer, and director. Born and raised in Northern Virginia, she knew at an early age she wanted to pursue a career in the entertainment industry as she always had a strong affinity towards film and television. She received her B.F.A from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts with a major in Film and TV, a minor in Producing, and minor in Business Entertainment, Media, and Technology from Stern's School of Business. While at NYU, Tracy worked at BBC, Lionsgate, MTV, ABC, served on the selection committee of the 2012 Fusion Film Festival and produced several short films and student television projects including Other-side Picture's Spin, which received an honorable mention at NYU's First Run Film Festival 2013. After graduating from NYU, Tracy moved to Los Angeles to work at various entertainment companies, films, and television shows. Films and tv shows include American Idol, East Los High, Spin, Next of Kin, Call to the Pen, Eighth Grade, and Creed II. She moved back to New York in late 2017 and continues to work with Carissa Pinckney as well as other filmmakers on various projects.
Tracy is the co-creator, writer, director and executive producer of Living With Strangers, a serialized comedy about five college students living together in New York City.