Master of Education Ambassador
Introducing our Master of Education Ambassador Hanah McFarlane!
Hanah Howlett McFarlane is the Manager of Philanthropy & Fund Development at CCRC (Community Counselling & Resource Centre). She is the Past-Chair of the Peterborough Area Fundraisers’ Network and the former Chair of the recently closed COIN (Community Opportunity & Innovation Network). She also volunteers with Council of Canadians, Pulse Street Festival, Peterborough Folk Festival, and Market Hall Performing Arts Centre.
Hanah is an advocate for justice, and strives to make the world a better place through strategic and sustainable efforts to support equity for all members of her community. She is a connector, linking people to causes that matter to them in order to create meaningful change. She is currently completing a Masters in Educational Studies at Trent University, looking at reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous relationships in educational settings.
When not busy in the community, she and her partner Evan Brockest and their dog Gus enjoy a simple life, living in Peterborough, and spending time growing their own food at her family farm.
Beth Needham, B.Ed.