Tracy Vu grew up in Orange County's Little Saigon before moving up to the Bay Area. She attended Stanford University and received a bachelor's degree in Anthropology and a master's degree in Media Studies. In order to earn her master's degree, Tracy worked in Stanford's Virtual Human Interaction Lab where she explored the various ways in which virtual reality could be used for positive social impact. While at Stanford, Tracy was Vice President External for the Asian-interest sorority, alpha Kappa Delta Phi, which works towards promoting Asian American culture and spreading awareness on issue germane to Asian American youths. She also volunteered time through organizations such as Collegespring and Project Motivation to help youths from low socio-economic backgrounds achieve their academic and professional goals. Currently, she is a part of the J.P. Morgan Private Bank in San Francisco, where she works with ultra high net worth individuals and their families with issues pertaining to trust and estate planning, capital advisory, investments, banking, and philanthropy. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking different regional cuisines and exploring the plethora of restaurants in the Bay Area.