Tracey Doi is group vice president and chief financial officer of Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc. (TMS), providing marketing, sales, distribution and customer service for the Toyota, Lexus and Scion brands in the United States. Doi leads 275 team members responsible for finance, accounting, tax, treasury, business analytics, indirect procurement, corporate services and real estate for TMS.
Doi is also responsible for corporate finance, accounting, tax and treasury for Toyota Motor North America (TMNA), Toyota’s headquarters entity encompassing sales, manufacturing, design and engineering.
Doi is a member of the Management, Audit, Risk and Benefits committees responsible for setting strategy, midterm business plans and managing risks and opportunities. She also serves as an officer and director for several subsidiaries.
Doi joined Toyota in 2000 as vice president, corporate controller and was elevated to CFO in 2003. Prior to that, she held financial executive positions with AT&T Wireless, L.A. Cellular Telephone Company and L.A. Gear, Inc. Doi’s career in finance, accounting and administration in consumer products and services industries spans more than 20 years.
Doi was recognized by National Association of Asian American Professionals in their Top 100.
Doi served as a director of Emmaus Life Sciences, a start-up privately held bio pharmaceutical company for four years. She chaired the audit committee and served on the compensation, nominating and corporate governance committee. Doi served on the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Economic Advisory Council for six years providing insights into trends and issues for the automotive sector.
Currently Doi is on the board of the National Asian Pacific Islander American Chamber of Commerce & Entrepreneurship and the U.S.-Japan Council. Previously she chaired the audit and risk committee for the Claremont University Consortium and served as chair of the March of Dimes board of directors for Los Angeles.
Doi earned her bachelor’s degree in business economics at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and her Certified Public Accountant designation while at Arthur Andersen & Co. She completed an executive development program at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.