Alison Moore is a public health professional committed to ensuring that communities have the opportunity to thrive. 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 as a Research Associate 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.