Allison Neale has worked in the field of global health, corporate responsibility and human rights for nearly two decades.
Allison has been a proud Team Schein Member since 2008, serving as Public Policy Advisor in Henry Schein’s Office of the Chairman and CEO. Her work at Henry Schein focuses primarily on the areas of global health, public policy, corporate social responsibility and communications. Allison co-founded the Alpha Omega - Henry Schein Cares Holocaust Survivor Oral Health Program, a public-private partnership initiative that provides free dental care to Holocaust survivors in North America, and has helped lead Henry Schein’s pandemic preparedness and relief efforts.
Prior to joining Team Schein, Allison served as Senior Advocacy Associate at Global Health Strategies; International Human Rights Officer at the Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights; Associate in the Strategic Planning Unit of the Office of the Secretary-General at the United Nations; and Research and Investigations Coordinator at Physicians for Human Rights.
Allison received her Master in Public Policy degree from Harvard University’s Kennedy School in 2003, with a focus on International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution, and her Bachelor’s Degree magna cum laude in History from Tufts University in 1998.