Muhammad Nowshervan Qureshi has a Master's degree in Gerontology (Simon Fraser University) with his undergraduate degree in Health Science (University of Ottawa). He is passionate about the role of the built environment in older adults' lives and their housing. Has extensive work and volunteer experience with individuals living in rental housing and those experiencing housing insecurity and homelessness. Has been part of multiple research projects spanning Canadian provinces as a research assistant, project coordinator, and consultant (e.g., research assistant on the Towards Barrier-Free Communities: A Partnership for Improving Mobility, Access and Participation (MAP) Among People with Disabilities). His skill set includes qualitative and quantitative research, knowledge mobilization, survey development, implementation and analysis and tool development.