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Allison White

Development Officer | white@ipinst.org

Allison joined IPI in October 2012. As part of the Development Team, she supports the Institute’s grant-making efforts and is responsible for expanding IPI’s new Membership Program and strengthening the Institute’s relationships with its donors.

Before coming to IPI, Allison received a Master’s degree in International Relations from New York University. While at NYU, she worked as an intern at the UN’s Department of Political Affairs in the Division for Palestinian Rights, and as a research intern at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Allison graduated from Georgetown University with a Bachelor’s degree in Government and Spanish in 2007, and worked for two years as a paralegal at a corporate law firm in New York.



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