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Allison is a business consultant, business and life coach and the author of The Gift of Maybe: Offering Hope and Possibility in Uncertain timesO The Oprah Magazine included the concept of Maybe as an example of “mind-blowing new definitions for everyday words” and cited it in their new and improved Dictionary to Enlightenment.  Allison’s work has also been supported by Mata Amritandamayi, known as Amma, the hugging saint.  Since the publication of The Gift of Maybe,  she has written numerous articles for several popular online magazines including Psychology Today, Huffington, and Thrive Global, Next Avenue and MindBodyGreen.

Allison’s podcast, 10 Minutes To Less Suffering, focuses on helping people alleviate daily stress and worry.  The podcast has over 100,000 downloads and is gaining in popularity.  Allison’s work is also regularly featured on the podcast, Optimal Living Daily, a top ten podcast in the self-help genre, and is the coach-on-call on AM 970’s “the Answer.”  Her online and television appearances include HuffPost Live and Manhattan Cable Television. Allison has spoken at my events around New York City including at Barnes & Noble Tribeca and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Allison’s work has been featured in many print and online publications including but not limited to:, Success Magazine,, and  Allison is also a sought-after guest in broadcast media including CBS Radio, NPR’s All Things Considered and AM 970/New York (CYACYL),

Allison has B.A. in accounting, a J.D. of Law, and a Master’s of Law in taxation.  Allison is also a certified health coach, a life and business coach/consultant, as well as a Reiki master and energy healer. After working for a large law firm in Manhattan, she founded her own firm and built a successful practice including real estate law, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and trust and estates.  Gradually, she evolved her practice into business consulting and coaching and narrowed her client list to CEOs of multi-million dollar companies, business owners, entrepreneurs and individuals going through career or other life changes.  Currently, Allison also serve as part-time CFO of the Motherhood Center in New York City, a multi-million dollar revenue all-women company providing care to women who are suffering with postpartum depression.

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