Library and Program Coordinator
Allison Hill is a librarian and lifelong learner. She enjoys helping people find and use information to enrich their lives. She is interested in improving access to scholarly research and finding creative ways to turn knowledge into action. She is dedicated to promoting understanding and acceptance of people with psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disabilities.
Allison earned her Master of Library and Information Studies from the University of British Columbia. While she was in library school, she worked as a student librarian at Halifax Public Libraries and the University of Lethbridge. She joined AutismBC in 2019, and looks forward to contributing her skills and knowledge to the organization.