Tracey Griffin (B'87)

PANDORA Americas

Chief Financial Officer

Tracey Griffin is a highly effective business leader successful in leading and developing cross-functional teams. She possesses extensive knowledge in business and financial management and operational excellence. Tracey serves as a key partner to the President, PANDORA Americas, ensuring the financial performance and health of the business by working across functional areas and is integral in driving strategic priorities and initiatives across PANDORA Americas.

Tracey is presently serving as Chief Financial Officer for PANDORA Americas, originally joining the company in 2014 as the Chief Operating Officer. As Chief Financial Officer, Tracey has responsibilities for financial reporting and analysis, acquisitions, tax, trade and customs, and business intelligence. In addition, she sits on the Global Finance Forum responsible for global policies and procedures and is a member of the 401K Investment Committee. 

PANDORA designs, manufactures and markets hand-finished and contemporary jewellery made from high-quality materials at affordable prices. PANDORA jewellery is sold in more than 100 countries on six continents through around 7,700 points of sale, including more than 2,200 concept stores. Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, PANDORA employs around 22,300 people worldwide.
Reporting to the President, PANDORA Americas, Tracey has oversight of the financial health of the business and responsibility for information technology and strategic initiatives. 

Prior to joining PANDORA Americas, Tracey served as a Senior Partner for McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm. Tracey led the Washington, D.C. office and was one of the leaders in the global consumer/retail practice serving a broad range of consumer, retail, and healthcare companies on topics of growth, acquisitions, marketing and sales. Prior to McKinsey & Company, Tracey worked for Proctor & Gamble in brand management and PaineWebber in New York as a financial analyst.

Passionate about issues of education, health and employment, Tracey previously served on the Dress for Success board for DC/MD/VA and United Negro College Fund, and currently sits on the board for Partnership for Healthier America, a nonpartisan, non-profit focused on eradicating childhood obesity in the US. She holds a MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and an undergraduate degree in Finance from Georgetown University.