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Ashley Allison brings over a decade of outreach, organizing, and campaign experience, along with an expertise in crisis management and coalition building. She served as the
deputy director and senior policy advisor under Valerie Jarrett in the White House Office of Public Engagement. Her portfolio included managing a team that worked with the LGBTQ, Muslim, faith, African American, disability, and entertainment communities. Allison’s primary policy focus at the White House was criminal justice and policing reform. Prior to joining government, she worked on healthcare enrollment and partner engagement at the non
profit Enroll America and on President Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign doing statewide African American voter outreach in Ohio. Allison is a graduate of Ohio State University. She also spent seven years in New York earning her Juris Doctorate and Masters in Education while working as a high school special education teacher.