Alison Moore is public health professional committed to ensuring that communities have the opportunity to thrive. As Research Associate, Alison supports the development of practitioner tools and reports related to measurement, healthy communities demonstration sites, and health system-community development partnerships. A current graduate student in the dual degree MCP/MPH program at UC Berkeley, Alison is keenly aware of the relationship between place and health and brings this lens to her work at the Network. Previously, Alison was an Associate at Rabin Martin, a health consulting firm in New York City. There she provided community-informed research, guidance and strategy to clients ranging from for-profit companies, community-based organizations, state governments, and large foundations. Prior to Rabin Martin, Alison worked at the Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting the power of antibiotics through appropriate use and raising awareness about antibiotic resistance.
Alison graduated from Tufts University with a degree in Sociology and Community Health and will complete her MCP/MPH program in 2018.