Kirstie Creighton is the Manager of Education and Belonging with the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia. She works with staff, clients and community members to ensure that ASNS is meeting the needs of all Nova Scotians on the dementia journey. She has a unique blend of skills and training in the field of adult education, social work and international development.

Kirstie has over 30 years of experience building community partnerships and developing educational programs across Canada and internationally. She has proven collaboration skills to design and facilitate dynamic programs that engage learners in the processes of adult learning and transformation.

Kirstie graduated from Mount Saint Vincent University with a Masters in Adult Education. Her area of research was critical multicultural education. She also has a Bachelor of Social Work from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia and a Diploma in Adult Education from St Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.