Allison Hope
Allison Hope

Allison Hope

Allison has a naturally inquisitive and investigative mind, which enables thoughtful and thorough reporting and inflective writing across a number of beats, including personal finance, real estate, health, and LGBTQ+, women's rights, gender, and social issues. She has written for top-tier and niche publications for close to two decades, and taught journalism and communications at Hunter College, CUNY, SUNY Purchase, and Manhattanville College in New York. She has guested on TV and radio shows, podcasts, conferences, social media events, and more.

Highlights:
The Association of LGBTQ Journalists 2020 Excellence in Journalism Award
Holds an MFA in Integrated Media Arts and teaches communications, marketing, and journalism at Hunter College, Purchase, and Manhattanville in New York
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