Tracy-Lynn Reside, ND

Education and Community Outreach Manager and Pulse Editor | ext. 222

Tracy-Lynn grew up in southern Alberta and moved to Ontario in 1996 where she completed her BScH in Biology, at Queen’s University, specializing in population genetics and ecology. She worked as a program coordinator and knowledge translator with various stakeholders in the Canadian agriculture and food production sector, facilitating programs and fostering partnerships across Canada and internationally.Dr. Reside, ND was a member of the 2012 CCNM graduating class and ran a family-focused practice for 10 years in Petawawa and Trenton, Ontario. In 2021, she joined the OAND as the Manager of Education and has since then taken on several projects and roles and works hard to make sure that NDs are at the table for important conversations pertaining to healthcare in Ontario. She is a passionate advocate for the profession, as well as planetary health and food policy. She is a partial load faculty member at Canadore College where she teaches medical ethics, anatomy and physiology in a number of programs, bringing in the naturopathic perspective to these important topics.  She will shortly defend her Master of Science research thesis in Social Neuroendocrinology.  She makes her home with her partner and three busy kids in North Bay, Ontario.