Beth McClelland (she/her) is a settler living in Nogojiwanong/Peterborough. Beth studied public relations and music performance at Humber College, as well as volunteer management at Fleming College. A hands-on educational pathway inspired her love for interactive learning. When she’s not at work, you’ll probably find her outdoors exploring trails and waterways or refereeing on local soccer fields. Through a decade of volunteer and employment experience in the non-profit sector Beth has developed a strong passion for community building, story telling/listening, and advocating for youth wellness.
Beth McClelland is the TRACKS Co-director, Partnership & Resource Development. She is working to support both TRACKS programs in fundraising and development, administration, and communications.