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October 13, 2022
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Allison Walsh, JD

Allison Walsh, JD, (She/Her) is a seasoned executive, philanthropist, speaker, professional coach, and consultant, and Miss Florida 2006. A two-time CEO for national coaching firms and certified positive psychology coach, Allison has over 15 years of organizational leadership, mentorship, and coaching experience, and has shared her story with over 100,000 live audience members. She serves as Vice President of Business Development and Branding for Advanced Recovery Systems, a national provider and industry leader in behavioral healthcare. In addition to managing their national business development team since its inception in 2013, she’s been instrumental in the development of their mental wellness app, Nobu. As host of the She Believed She Could and Dear Mind, You Matter podcasts, and the creator of impactful coaching programs, Allison focuses on helping women develop confidence and leverage their personal brands personally and professionally to scale their businesses, careers, and influence while making an impact.

Named in the Orlando Business Journal’s 2021 Top 40 Under 40 and Women Who Mean Business, Allison is a proud member of Forbes Business Development Council, Entrepreneur’s Leadership Network, and Orlando Business Journal’s Leadership Trust. Allison raised more than $2 million for eating disorder education and treatment through her 501(c)(3)
nonprofit Helping Other People Eat (H.O.P.E.), and her philanthropic efforts have been featured in international news. She served as a Board Member for NEDA and currently serves on the boards of the National Alliance for Eating Disorders, Forevers Foundation, and Project Opioid.

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