CANADA: Interview with Alison Fraser

CANADA: Interview with Alison Fraser

Where in the world do you live? And, are you from there?

I live in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada which is a city just outside of Toronto. I am originally from the little town of Long Sault, Ontario.

 What language(s) do you speak?

English is my first language.  I graduated from secondary school with an official “Certificate of Bilingualism” but have lost most of my French language skills over the years.

When did you first become a mother?

My oldest daughter, Ryleigh, was born in 2003.  My middle daughter, Camryn, arrived shortly thereafter in 2005 and baby girl number three, Quynn, rounded out the family in 2007. There is a 3 year, 8 month age gap between my oldest and youngest daughter.

Are you a stay-at-home mom or do you work outside the home?

I work as an Environmental Toxicologist for an environmental consulting company. I have been with the same company for ten years and I am now an Associate with the firm.


Alison Fraser

Alison Fraser is the mother of three young girls ranging in age from 5 to 9 years old. She lives with her family in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. Alison works as an Environmental Toxicologist with a human environment consulting company and is an active member of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC). She is also the founder and director of the Canadian Not for Profit Organization, Mom2Mom Africa, which serves to fund the school fees of children and young women in rural Tanzania. Recently recognized and awarded a "Women of Waterloo Region" award, Alison is very involved in charitable events within her community including Christmas Toy and School Backpack Drives for the local foodbank.

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