"Amber The Maker"
Dr. Ann-Louise Davidson
I was born curious. I spent the better part of my childhood asking every question I could think of and admiring people who could do things with their hands, people who could fix broken bicycles, leaky faucets, radios and television sets. Still today, I spend most of my time asking questions and imagining things that don’t exist. In my day job, I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Education. I hold the Concordia University Research Chair in Maker Culture and I am the Director of the Concordia University Innovation Lab I am also Associate Director of the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology.