Tracy Calogheros, Liberal federal candidate for Cariboo-Prince George Riding

Liberal federal candidate for Cariboo-Prince George Riding

Tracy Calogheros

Tracy is CEO for Exploration Place – a museum and science centre in Prince George – where she has worked for over two decades. Since taking on the role as CEO in 2003, Tracy’s entrepreneurial approach has grown the museum through a building expansion, hiring additional staff, and eliminating the museum’s operating deficit.

Tracy has held many senior leadership positions within the community, including President of the British Columbia Museums Association, President and Interim CEO of Northern British Columbia Tourism Association, Secretary for The Canadian Association of Science Centres, and the Western Representative on the National Selection Committee for Broadband for Rural and Northern Development. In 2006, Tracy was honoured with the Association of Science and Technology Centres’ Roy L. Schafer Leading Edge award for Experienced Leadership in the Science and Technology field.

Married with three grown children, Tracy and her husband John live and work together at the Museum in Prince George and share a passion for their community’s heritage and culture.


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