Madison Laurin is the TRACKS Operations Coordinator. She is working to support the TRACKS Outreach and Education Program as well as the Oshkwazin Program in all aspects of administration, fundraising and development.
Madison Laurin is a settler-Canadian; having grown up in Southern Alberta with a family of British, French, Hungarian and German descent, she moved to Toronto for her studies. As a transplant to Ontario, Madison is passionate about learning about the people and stories of this territory. Throughout her studies, Madison had been involved in research and advocacy work with indigenous groups in North and Central America; from Alberta to Hawai’i, Guatemala, Panama and Belize. As a recent graduate she is excited to continue this work of learning from and connecting with communities in Nogojiwanong/Peterborough and surrounding area with TRACKS.