Allison Clark has spent fifteen years working in the public sector, first as an economist for the US Treasury Department, then formulating revenue policy, issuing debt and managing budgets for local government. Allison oversaw Montgomery County, Maryland’s lucrative Economic Development Fund, analyzing incentive and credit offers. She presently sits on the Board of Directors of the Literacy Volunteers of Morris County and the Education Board of Congregation Shomrei Emunah. She is an active member of the Alumni Admissions Program of Georgetown University and has previously served on the board of the Human Needs Food Pantry in Montclair, NJ and Community Accountants in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Allison holds a BA in Economics from Dickinson College and an MPP from Georgetown University. She is presently enrolled in a CFP program and recently received a scholarship from the Financial Planners Association of New Jersey. Allison lives in Montclair, New Jersey actively managing her four children.