Jamie Allison-Hope

Vice President, Grants & Program Officer, Families & Communities at S.H. Cowell Foundation

Jamie Allison-Hope

Jamie Allison-Hope

Vice President, Grants & Program Officer, Families & Communities at S.H. Cowell Foundation

Biography

Jamie Allison-Hope joined the S.H. Cowell Foundation in 2006 to oversee our Youth Development and Affordable Housing interests. Before joining Cowell, Ms. Allison-Hope served as a consultant and contract researcher for universities, companies and foundations. She also worked as an interim program officer for the Stuart Foundation. Her civic involvement includes serving on the boards of Spark, the Coro Center for Civic Leadership and Cuso International. Ms. Allison-Hope earned a B.S. in political science and a B.A. in economics, Spanish and humanities from University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. She holds a master's degree from the University of California at Berkeley's Graduate School of Public Policy.

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Member, Board of Advisors at Spark

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Founder at Global Fund For Women, Inc.

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Education
B.A. in Economics, Spanish & Humanities

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is a national model for metropolitan universities.

Master's Degree

The Goldman School of Public Policy is a graduate school that prepares students for careers in public leadership. The majority of the students at GSPP are enrolled in the Masters of Public Policy (MPP) program, which emphasizes the applied and quantitative dimensions of policy making. The MPP may also be earned concurrently with degrees from several other UC Berkeley schools: law, public health, engineering, social welfare, international and area studies and the Energy Resources Group. GSPP also offers a doctoral program for students interested in policy research. While the Goldman School does not offer a bachelors-level degree, the public policy minor is available to undergraduates enrolled at UC Berkeley. Goldman School faculty represent the top researchers in their respective fields, which include economics, political science, law, social psychology and engineering. Their expertise ranges from education policy to racial profiling to clean energy. As teachers, they are dedicated to training tomorrow's policy leaders. As researchers, their work is shaping public policy today.

Career History
Vice President, Grants & Program Officer, Families & Communities
2006 - ?

The goal of the Cowell Foundation is to improve the quality of life of children and their families living in poverty in Northern California by making grants that directly support and strengthen the children, their families, and the neighborhoods where they live.

Interim Program Officer
Prior

The Stuart Foundation is dedicated to the protection, education and development of children and youth. We work toward ensuring that all children grow up in caring families, learn in vibrant and effective schools, and have opportunities to become productive members of their communities. We focus our investments on projects, programs and organizations making an impact in the States of California and Washington.

Boards & Committees
Vice Chair, Board of Directors
Current

REDUCE POVERTY AND INEQUALITY THROUGH THE EFFORTS OF VOLUNTEERS, PARTNERS AND DONORS.

Member, Board of Advisors
Current

Spark is a philanthropic network of young professionals who invest to improve the lives of women around the world. They crowd-source grants, pro bono professional services and connections for investment in grassroots women’s organizations. It works locally and globally, educating and training the next generation of philanthropists.

Member, Board of Directors
Prior

CORO'S MISSION IS TO ADVANCE ETHICAL AND EFFECTIVE LEADERS WHO SHARE A COMMITMENT TO CIVIC ENGAGEMENT. WE ARE BUILDING A PIPELINE OF LEADERS TO FOSTER COLLABORATION WITHIN AND ACROSS THE REGION'S BUSINESS, GOVERNMENT AND NON-PROFIT SECTORS. WE DON'T CREATE LEADERS; WE BRING OUT THE LEADER IN EACH PERSON. WE PROVIDE THE TOOLS THEY NEED TO CHANGE THE WORLD AROUND THEM. DURING THE 2017-2018 FISCAL YEAR, CORO ENGAGED MORE THAN 176 PEOPLE IN OUR PROGRAMS AND OVER 2,500 SINCE 1999. CORO ALUMNI HOLD LEADERSHIP POSITIONS ACROSS PITTSBURGH'S BUSINESS, GOVERNMENT AND NONPROFIT SECTORS.

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