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Vancouver BTB Executive 

Erica McKeddie 

Erica McKeddie, President of Vancouver Beyond The Blue, works at Douglas College in Student Engagement and Orientation as well as acting as a virtual administrative assistant for event companies.


Erica and her husband married in 2007, meanwhile, her husband followed in the footsteps of his father, mother, and stepfather, joining the Vancouver Police Department in 2001. Together they are raising two children in Port Coquitlam, BC kids and as a family, they look forward to summer vacations in the Okanagan.


Erica is passionate about mental health initiatives including peer support and crisis management and she benefits from having training through the Canadian Mental Health Commission as well as the Crisis Centre of BC in mental health first aid and suicide intervention skills.