Amy Allina is deputy director of the National Women’s Health Network, a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., that works to improve the health of all women by influencing health policy and supporting informed consumer decision-making in health care.
Amy plans and implements the NWHN’s policy agenda in reproductive and sexual health, menopause and aging, and access to health care.
She is on the board of directors of the Reproductive Health Technologies Project and a founder of Raising Women’s Voices for the Health Care We Need, a national initiative ensuring that grassroots women’s voices are heard and concerns are addressed as policymakers put the health care law into action.
Prior to joining the NWHN in 1999, Amy was a consultant on women’s health issues and a political organizer for the Maryland affiliate of NARAL. She also served as associate editor at Multinational Monitor, a monthly magazine founded by Ralph Nader.