Social Impact 360: The first and largest mentoring organization in the nation for young social entrepreneurs.
Allison is a strong believer in this generation’s ability to change the world. She created her first youth leadership project at age 16.
After founding the first Big Brothers Big Sisters at the University of Florida, she took her law degree and policy knowledge to Generations United in Washington, DC where she advocated for children and older adults with Children’s Defense Fund and AARP on Capitol Hill, at the White House, and the Department of Education. Recruited to Year Up National Capital Region, she helped create the largest youth-serving nonprofit in recent history. She’s been helping nonprofits achieve social impact ever since.
At SI360, Allison will lead more than 1,000 Social Impact 360 alums and students at 12 chapters operating out of major universities across the nation, including Duke, Emory, Fordham, and Georgetown.