Born and raised in Vancouver, Tricia is a Seniors Wellness Professional specializing in older adults who wish to live a healthy and more productive life. The work includes people experiencing some of the challenging aspects of aging.
She has a deep connection with the local Scottish community. Tricia is currently the president of ScotCanBC and is the past president of Vancouver’s first society, the St. Andrew’s & Caledonian Society. She has worked on the executive committee at the BC Highland Games and created events for the Simon Fraser University Centre for Scottish Studies.
She is also involved with the walking and running groups that use our city’s green spaces.
Earlier in her career, Tricia worked at a local advertising agency as a radio and TV producer of some of BC’s most iconic brands, including Kokanee Beer and Earl’s Restaurants. She attended Radio Broadcasting at BCIT.
Local photography is her on-going passion and she can be found all over Vancouver attempting to capture that perfect shot.
Tricia treasures the vital role parks play in our everyday life.