Aly is the Program and Research Assistant for Creating Healthy Communities, Arts + Public Health in America at the University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine, and the Special Project Coordinator for the National Organization for Arts in Health (NOAH). She holds a BFA in Creative Photography and a MA in Arts in Medicine from the University of Florida. Aly is a visual artist whose arts in healthcare practice and research focuses on relieving caregiver burnout, stress, and turnover through creative practice. She recently traveled to Rwanda with the UF Center for Arts in Medicine and Gibney Dance team on an arts in health outreach trip, facilitating community-driven murals. In her personal practice, Aly frequently explores a variety of mediums including photography, illustration, painting, ceramics, and fiber art. She looks forward to contributing to the field of arts in health via practice, research, and professionalization.