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. 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 Operations Coordinator. She is working to support both TRACKS programs in all aspects of administration, fundraising and development.