Policy and Advocacy Specialist
Alison Corbacio is an MSH Policy and Advocacy Specialist. Previously, she was senior project associate for the ASH project, providing administrative, logistical, and technical support to the project team and ensuring successful coordination of project activities. Before joining the ASH team, Alison worked as a project associate with USAID-funded pharmaceutical supply chain management projects at MSH, supporting the management team and local teams in Afghanistan, Haiti, Kenya, Philippines, Ethiopia, and Bangladesh. Prior to joining MSH, Alison volunteered at the Quepem Salesian Society's Padi Micro-Watershed project in Goa, India, where she conducted a comprehensive evaluation of the project's impact on the health of local children. Alison assisted with advocacy efforts for the passage of the Sen. Paul Simon Water for the World Act, which was signed into law in December 2014. Other past experience includes an internship with the development and outreach team at Human Rights Watch and time as a paralegal at a boutique law firm in Manhattan. She holds a master’s degree in global development and social justice from St. John’s University.