Alison Waldman (she/her) is a movement artist, wellness educator and thought leader. Alison is as an advisor and on-the-ground facilitator for healthcare leaders across industries to foster cultures of community building and radical inclusivity to their spaces through creative wellness.
Alison has a superpower for getting even the most skeptical people moving. She is a Movement Artist in Residence at the Georgetown Arts and Humanities Program at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital where she leads onsite and virtual dance and mindfulness encounters in addition to the award-winning Movement for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) program in collaboration with the Department of Neurology.
Alison currently serves as an advisor and founding provider at Mili Health and is the architect of wellness initiatives for healthcare communities initiatives including Creative Caregivers. Since 2021 Alison has been a member of the National Organization of Arts in Health (NOAH)'s Arts for Resilience in Clinicians (ARC) working group.
Alison is an RYT-200 certified teacher in yoga4cancer, Accessible Yoga, trauma-informed yoga, chair yoga, and bed yoga. She is a lifetime student of movement modalities.
In her free time Alison can be found tinkering with her sourdough starter, preparing to defend her two-time win of the DC State Fair baking contest, and taking walks with her dog Sesame in Washington, D.C.