Raised in Stamford, CT, Allison has lived in DC since 2016, where she moved to attend American University and major in Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics, and Government (CLEG). Over the past 5 years, Allison has made it her focus to present politics in a more accessible way through her design and video work. In 2018 she was a graphic designer for Solidarity Strategies, the only Latino political consulting firm in the northeast where she produced rapid response graphics and videos for Latino leaders such as Representatives Veronica Escobar and Chuy Garcia and Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza. Allison briefly worked with D.C. Public Schools' Health & Wellness department to create a social media ad to promote the use of the free School-Based Health Centers. During Allison’s senior year she was the youngest staff member on the Bernie Sanders 2020 National staff, traveling to VotoLatino's Power Summit in Austin, TX, and the Nevada Caucus to represent the campaign. After graduating in May 2020, she came on board the Women’s March as the Disinformation Content Strategist. She currently resides in D.C. spending her free time dancing, watercolor painting, and playing her Nintendo switch.