Allison Wohl is a workforce development and strategic communications professional who passionately advocates for individuals with disabilities to be meaningfully included in our communities. She brings over 10 years of experience educating individuals with disabilities, families, employers, elected officials and other community stakeholders on policy, person-centered planning and employment practices to promote inclusive hiring pathways. She works to strengthen workplace diversity and enhance access to resources and opportunities.
Prior to joining Concepts Communications, Allison worked as an Employment Specialist at a non-profit agency where she assisted job seekers with disabilities with navigating employment processes in the Washington, D.C. area. She influenced and collaborated with local and national businesses in a variety of industries to challenge the prevailing stereotypes of workers with disabilities, as well as develop alternative interview and hiring methods. Earlier in her career, Allison worked as a Special Educator and has spent many years supporting children with disabilities and their families in social and recreational settings.
Allison graduated from Boston University’s Wheelock College of Education and Human Development with a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education focusing on teaching students with significant disabilities. Allison is also conversationally fluent in American Sign Language.