Alison Schneider is the Education and Training Program Coordinator at AGE-WELL NCE. She is responsible for liaising with trainees, program alumni, researchers, and partners about the education and training programs offered at AGE-WELL. She manages relationships with AgeTech experts to research, develop, and deliver education initiatives (such as courses, webinars, and events) for Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP). Alison has experience supporting English as a Second Language learners with conversational and writing skills. She has a Master of Arts in International Development Studies with a focus on community development and land sovereignty. She also volunteers at The Stop Community Food Centre.