Melinda Webster is the project coordinator for the AgeWell Collaboratory at Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions and serves as screener, fidelity reviewer, and recruitment coordinator for the WeCareAdvisor study. Prior to joining the AgeWell Collaboratory, she was a clinical research coordinator for the Department of Neurology in Drexel University’s College of Medicine. She brings a wealth of experience in working directly with persons with dementia, their caregivers, and families in a clinical setting—particularly in managing industry-sponsored clinical trials and conducting neuropsychological batteries for studies. During this time, she gained firsthand insight into the daily struggles and questions persons with dementia and their families experience in attempting to navigate education, resources, and healthcare while acclimating to their new “normal.” In addition to her professional experience, while achieving her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Drexel University, she worked with Philadelphia’s homeless veteran community to conduct suicide risk assessments and interventions. She continues to aim to improve quality of life and overall wellbeing in diverse, underserved populations with her work. As Recruitment Coordinator, Ms. Webster helps develop recruitment strategies and materials for the WeCareAdvisor study. She also serves as a lead screener, interviewer, and interventionalist.