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Kaylie Kuehl (She, her)

Assistant, Learning & Knowledge Solutions

Kaylie Kuehl is a graduate student at Queen’s University, Kingston completing her Master of Science degree in Aging and Health, and prior to that completed her Bachelor of Science degree at Queen’s University, majoring in biology.

Kaylie is passionate about creating meaningful, positive social change and has volunteer experiences with QCODE (University branch of CODE) in community outreach, Kingston General Hospital in patient support roles, and has participated in volunteer missions in both Ecuador and the Dominican Republic to support various health and education initiatives. She is from a rural town in Eastern Ontario and is driven to support the development and advancement of inclusive, accessible, and safe health programming initiatives within her local area that foster life-long health and age-friendly communities.

Kaylie is a Métis citizen of Ontario and has continued to educate herself about Indigenous culture, history, and health in Canada to maintain awareness of culturally inclusive and safe health programming and practices.