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Allison Boiles

Vice President • Communications

Allison Boiles is vice president of communications, leading the creation and execution of content and strategies that meaningfully tell the story of the Foundation’s impact on Parkinson’s disease research.

In her current role, Allison oversees a talented team who leads media relations and produce print, digital and multimedia content that convey the promise of the Foundation's ambitious mission to end Parkinson's. She works in concert with a range of stakeholders — both internal and external — to amplify Foundation initiatives and thought leadership on web and social channels, in the press and at events.

With more than 13 years of experience in communications and marketing, Allison has dedicated her career to supporting nonprofit organizations as they realize a world with better health outcomes for all. Prior to joining The Michael J. Fox Foundation in September 2015, Allison worked with an organization committed to improving the health of women and girls in developing countries. In this role, Allison managed the creation of marketing and programmatic materials, while leading local and international event management and audience digital engagement.

Allison graduated from the University of California, San Diego with a B.A. in communications and minors in international studies and Spanish literature. She works remotely for the Foundation from Southern California.

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