KIM MCLEOD, PROJECT MANAGER
Kim’s education began with a Bachelor of Arts in Geography (minor in Archaeology) from Simon Fraser University. As her studies continued, her focus expanded to centre on sustainable tourism and she received a Master's of Resource Management from Simon Fraser University.
As a tourism consultant, Kim has played a key role in a number of projects in British Columbia including assessing best practices and developing new products for Aboriginal tourism, playing a fundamental role in crafting the Whistler Environmental Strategy, developing agri-tourism product for the Canadian Farm Business Management Council, and more.
Kim is currently teaches in the Faculty of Global and Community Studies. She is also the chair of the British Columbia Tourism Management Articulation Committee.