Allie relied on market research and collaborated with colleagues to establish a monthly email newsletter for the Nest Foundation, a non-profit organization working to end child sexual exploitation in the United States.
Each month, Allie finds breaking news, interviews a prominent person working toward ending child exploitation, simplifies a concept that Nest Foundation is working on, and includes actions that people can do to get more involved.
Sign up and scroll down to check out every issue here.
Heather Mason started a podcast called Obsessed Right Now, where she interviews people about topics they are passionate about.
Allie helped launch the series and hosts the first episode. Listen here:
“Why oh Why” is a show about dating and relationships and is based in NYC. On the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, Allie joined 11 other women correspondents across the US in interviewing men in bars about women.
Check out five of her interviews in this episode: Episode 19: Dudes in Bars and again for part 2, Episode 20: Do I Hate Men?.
Listeners voted for the season’s best stories and the finale features the top 3 guests with snippets of anecdotal wisdom from other past episodes.
Listen here: Season 1 Episode 18: We Gon Be Alright
The show returns October 18, 2016!
During one holiday season, she helped UPS drivers deliver packages and learned some unexpected things: 8 Unexpected Things I Learned Delivering Packages For UPS
Today, Everything’s Totally Fine! launched. Find it in iTunes or on every major podcatcher.
Allie competed on Wipeout’s 6th Season.
The first of the two episodes is here: Blind Date: Even Blinder. SPOILER ALERT she is insufferable.
A short featuring Detroit Recyclers that Allie Co-produced was accepted into the Lansing, MI film festival. Neat!