Our people Allyson FrazierNational Senior Director, Communications and Campaign Planning
Allyson Frazier, MSW (she/her) is a National Senior Director for Voices for Healthy Kids overseeing the communications, marketing, grassroots, training, resource development and campaign planning teams.
Allyson has worked in public affairs for more than 25 years and has kept her sense of humor and belief in government for and by the people. For two decades with the American Heart Association, she has been responsible for planning and implementing advocacy campaigns on the state, regional and local levels.
Prior to joining the American Heart Association, Allyson was the campaign manager of Clean Air Works, the successful campaign that made Boston one of the first major cities to go smoke-free, and ultimately paved the way for a smoke-free state law. She supported the passage, implementation and monitoring of public health laws and regulations. Allyson credits this experience as providing her an excellent understanding of the process of implementing changes once a bill becomes a law.
Allyson earned a master’s degree in social work from Arizona State University, specializing in community-based strategies and a bachelor’s degree from American University in international studies. She is currently in a Master of Arts program in organizational management.
Allyson is the proud and harried mom of three wild kids, raising them to change the world (when she isn’t driving them late to practice, or is it a game?).