Norah McRae, PhD, is the Associate Provost for Co-operative and Experiential Education at the University of Waterloo, Canada. Her involvement in co-operative education, work-integrated learning (WIL) and community engagement spans more than twenty years, over which time she has led strategic program development and research on the development of a quality WIL framework, student engagement, work-integrated learning, indigenous WIL and intercultural competency development. Her doctoral research examined conditions that enable transformative learning during work-integrated learning and led to the development of a preliminary theoretical model. Norah has 20 publications, that can be found in the: International Handbook for Co-operative and Work-Integrated Education, International Journal for Work-Integrated Learning (formerly Asia-Pacific Journal for Co-operative Education), CEIA Journal and The World is my Classroom: International Learning and Canadian Higher Education. She is a faculty member for the WACE Planning Institute for Global and Experiential Education, the WACE Assessment Institute, the Global WIL program, and an adjunct in the Faculty of Education at UVic where she has taught a graduate course in community-engaged learning. In 2017 WACE awarded Norah the Donald MacLaren Jr. academic award for professional achievement in co-operative and work-integrated education.