Madison Laurin

Madison Laurin is a settler-Canadian with a family of British, French, Hungarian and German descent.  Madison is a University of Toronto graduate with a Specialist B.A in Anthropology. She is currently pursuing her Master's Degree. Throughout her life, Madison has been involved in research and advocacy work with Indigenous groups in North and Central America; from Alberta to Hawai’i, Guatemala, Panama and Belize. She is excited to continue this work of learning from and connecting with communities while supporting land-based learning for Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth.

Madison Laurin is the TRACKS Bookkeeper. She is working to support the administrative finance and bookkeeping needs of both TRACKS programs.