Alana Curtin is a graduate of Aquinas College with a Bachelors of Arts in Education. In addition, she holds teaching certifications through the state of Michigan in Elementary Education (K-8), and Physical or Other Health Impairments (K-12), as well as an international conductive education teacher certification through the András Pető College in Budapest, Hungary. After training at the Conductive Learning Center in Grand Rapids, MI, Alana is currently employed at the school as a Conductive Education Teacher pursuing her passion. She is currently the Director of Conductive Education Practice for the Association for Conductive Education in North America (ACENA). As a young developing professional, she aims to advance her career as a conductor teacher, as well as raise awareness and further research about conductive education.