Allegra works as the facilitator for both the Central Providence Health Equity Zone and Olneyville Collaborative. She has worked with the Rhode Island Department of Corrections and the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence to intervene on health outcomes of incarcerated women and decrease recidivism upon re-entry. A native to Rhode Island, she has worked for multiple nonprofits throughout the State, serving most recently as the education director for Revive the Roots. Prior to this, she worked as a youth program facilitator, creating and running programs for the Pawtucket Prevention Coalition, Southside Community Land Trust, Apeiron Institute for Sustainable Living and The Rhode Island Museum of Science and Art. She received her bachelor of arts from Bates College in environmental studies and her masters of public health from Brown University. Allegra has studied French, Spanish, and Mandarin.
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