Allison Wohl is the executive director of CPSD, a coalition of twenty-two national groups that advocates for the kind of comprehensive, innovative public policy reform that presumes the competence of all citizens with disabilities. She received her MBA from the College of William and Mary. After sixteen years in corporate America, working at big four consulting firms in their federal practices and at GE, she moved to the public sector. Allison writes about systemic barriers to Americans with significant disabilities for various blogs as well as her own.
Allison is actively involved in the Down syndrome advocacy community on local and national levels. She is the mom of three boys, the youngest of whom has Down syndrome.
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