Allison Miller


Allison Miller is a natural relationship-builder with a keen eye for detail and an appreciation for how attention to it serves to strengthen an organization and further its mission. As an attorney who has practiced both corporate and immigration law, she is an advocate by nature and is passionate about using her critical thinking, research, and writing skills for the greater good. Working in nonprofit, Allison has gained valuable experience as a grant researcher and writer, in strategic planning and organizational development, fundraising, donor stewardship, community engagement, donor database management and event planning. She’s an excellent communicator and enjoys cultivating relationships with leadership, board members, event sponsors, donors, and volunteers. Allison has worked extensively with and for nonprofits including Girl Scouts of Citrus, Orange County Public Schools, the Dioceses of Orlando and Cleveland, and Dave’s House, an organization addressing the issues of homelessness and serious mental illness. She is an active member of the Edyth Bush Institute at Rollins College where she earned her certificate in Proposal Writing and is a part of the Grant Professionals Networking group. Allison earned her law, masters, and undergraduate degrees from the University of Notre Dame.

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