Alison Mondi has worked in health care policy and advocacy in Washington state for 15 years and has been on the Foundation team since 2015. Alison works with partners and policy makers to advance legislation and other public policies to increase access to oral health care and improve health outcomes. She is passionate about addressing and reducing the barriers to care that perpetuate racial, ethnic, geographic and other inequities. She previously worked in the fields of HIV/AIDS policy and women’s health, and her roles have included public policy, political campaigns, and strategic communications.
Alison received her master’s degree in Public Administration from the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Washington, and also holds a degree in political science from Vassar College. She formerly served on the governing boards of Legal Voice and the Washington State Health Insurance Pool. An East Coast native, she enjoys travel to sunnier locations, seeing live music, and hanging out with her dog, Claire.