Dr. Allie Decker graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada with a Bachelor of Science degree in Cell and Molecular Biology, also minoring in both Biochemistry and Business Administration.
As an active member in her community, Allie frequently volunteered in various settings. This includes the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) and with a non-profit association, Let’s Talk Science teaching and making STEM activities for children of all ages, where her passion for becoming an eye care provider was further instilled, particularly in the realm of pediatrics.
She proceeded to obtain her Doctorate of Optometry from Pennsylvania College of Optometry (Salus University) in 2022. She explored various clinical settings throughout her internships along the coast of New England with exposure to pediatric, specialty contact lens, ocular disease, low vision and geriatric specialties.
Allie received advanced training in specialty contact lenses through completion of the Advanced Studies elective program, served as an Ambassador for Transitions Lenses and was part of the Gold Key Honors Society at PCO. She is currently completing her residency with SUNY Optometry's Vision Rehabilitation at ECA.
Allie is a proud Newfoundlander and enjoys travelling home to spend time with family and friends, as well as being a tourist on her beautiful island. You’ll find her travelling here, there and everywhere when/if she is able, going to local concerts/orchestras, enjoying being a foodie, leaning into the world of photography, as well as getting back to her musical roots.