Alison has educated women and couples with knowledge of their natural fertility since 2009. She is trained as a Creighton FertilityCare™ Practitioner, as well as a Symptothermal Instructor. In 2014, Alison joined the Fertility Appreciation Collaborative to Teach the Science (FACTS) as a Program Manager to complete the Apps Research Project, published in 2016.
She has worked in various strategic and planning roles since. Alison received her PhD in Environmental Engineering in 2011 and sees the connection to her fertility work as a way to design efficient, sustainable solutions within naturally occurring ecosystems, whether its the environment or the body.
Alison understands the physical and spiritual struggles women face while dealing with reproductive difficulties and is honored to be able to serve all women while honoring their fertility.