Interior Voices Podcast
Listen and subscribe to our Interior Voices podcast, which explores the intersection of health and culture as it relates to Aboriginal Health and Wellness.
Here are just a few of our and initiatives that we have highlighted in our first three years of sharing Aboriginal health and wellness content
Tracy is the business partner of Aboriginal Employee Experience at Interior Health. She is a Métis woman of mixed Métis and Settler heritage, and is on the journey of connecting with her Métis ancestry and culture.
It’s through this journey that Tracy found herself drawn to the work of Aboriginal Human Resources and advancing inclusion and equity for Aboriginal candidates and staff in her role under the Interior Health Aboriginal Human Resources Plan.
Tracy brings 18 years of IH experience to the conversation and is keenly interested in conversations focused on health, wellness, and equity for Aboriginal Peoples. Tracy greatly values relationship-building and collaboration with partners inside and outside of IH.
Tracy lives in West Kelowna, on Traditional Syilx Territory with her spouse, her son, and her host of animals. She is a life long learner with a large collection of books of varying genres; she does her best to take time every morning to get outside and greet the morning air to start the day off right.
Beth is the communications consultant supporting Aboriginal Health and Wellness and the Interior Voices podcast since its inception.
She identifies as a White Settler and grew up in the United States. Beth has lived and worked in First Nation communities within these lands many call Canada for the past nine years.
In her free time, Beth enjoys exploring the ancestral, traditional and unceded territories of the Syilx people with her dogs and capturing the beauty of these lands through photography.
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