Allyson Fredericksen

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Allyson Fredericksen joined the Alliance for a Just Society in 2012, and holds an M.A. in Policy Studies from the University of Washington with a focus on safety net and racial justice issues. After working with at-risk youth in Southern California and in San Francisco, she recognized the need for policy change to help families and communities thrive. Her prior experience includes working for Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco; interning with the Alliance as a graduate student; organizing people of faith to advocate for increased affordable housing and a strengthened safety net; and conducting research on training outcomes for child care workers in Washington State. Allyson manages the Alliance’s Job Gap Economic Prosperity Series.[1]

Alliance for a Just Society staff

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  1. [;http://allianceforajustsociety.org/about/staff/ Alliance for a Just Society staff, accessed Feb,2016]
  2. [;http://allianceforajustsociety.org/about/staff/ Alliance for a Just Society staff, accessed Feb,2016]