Alison Murchie is a North American Bid Director for Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services, where she leads teams for the most strategic services opportunities within Canada.
In 1990, Alison, along with the Minister of Health and many distinguished health care professionals, inaugurated a computer system to network Ontario's nine organ transplant hospitals.
This unique system helped save the lives of many transplant recipients and became a prototype for organ allocation resources within health care Canada wide.
Alison supports a variety of learning programs, including Junior Achievement and the Economics of Staying in School (ESIS) program focusing on a message to girls about the importance of technology and is a Career Coach for Halton Industry Education Council.
She is active in her local community as a past Board of Director Member for the Toronto Distress Centres, as an IT Advisor. Alison is the Founder of Food for the Souls – where students are making passionate & successful contributions to their lives through creating a sustainable pay-it-forward garden, where the fresh produce augments the food plan for the faculty & students attending the Toronto School of Ministry.
She is a public speaker instructor and mentor and loves the out-doors. For recreation she gardens, swims, bikes and has participated in a Halton area triathlon.
Alison has won many awards for her dedication and performance with Hewlett-Packard and her community. She is the recipient of the 2000 Alumni of Distinction Award for Technology at Mohawk College and was also a nominee for the 2000 Ontario Premier’s Award put forth by the College.
Alison, her spouse Frank & 3 children – Maeghan, Fabian & Brittney belong to Freedom Centre – a Partner’s In Harvest Church located in Oakville Ontario.