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.  She is a member of the CCNM graduating class of 2012 and ran a family-focused clinical practice in Petawawa and Trenton, Ontario.  She just recently finished a two-year sabbatical and will shortly defend her MSc in Social Neuroendocrinology at Nipissing University.  She lives with her husband and two CCNM babies in North Bay, Ontario.   She is exciting to bring her background in research and education as well as an ND lens to the OAND’s CE program and The Pulse