Noelannah is a highly-qualified researcher funded by AGE-WELL NCE (Aging Gracefully across Environments using Technology to Support Wellness, Engagement and Long Life NCE Inc.) As a current PhD student in Rehabilitation Science at the University of Alberta, Noelannah is responsible for conducting numerous research projects, many of which involve conducting and writing meta-analyses, systematic and rapid literature reviews. She has collaborated with various working groups from across Canada and the United States. Her dissertation research focuses on the development of a theoretical framework that incorporates risk perception and alternative strategies (e.g. locator devices) to manage critical wandering in persons with dementia. Noelannah holds a MSc in Interdisciplinary Studies from University of British Columbia Okanagan.