Alison Howard is the Communications Director at Concerned Women for America. Speaking on pro-life, pro-family issues, Howard has been featured on Fox News, ABC, NPR, The Christian Broadcasting Network, and other media outlets explaining how limited government empowers women and American families. Her work has been published in National Review Online, World Magazine, Red Alert Politics, and The Blaze. Howard manages Concerned Women for America’s communications efforts covering seven core issues: sanctity of life, religious liberty, family, sexual exploitation, support for Israel, national sovereignty, and education.
Alison most recently served as Executive Assistant to Concerned Women for America CEO and President Penny Nance and led CWA’s Washington, D.C.-based Ronald Reagan Memorial Internship Program. Prior to joining CWA, Alison interned at Fox News and worked as a sideline sports reporter for the Flames Sports Network in Virginia. Howard was a founding member of the “Young Women for America” chapter at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, where she graduated with Honors with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications: Advertising/Public Relations, and double minors in Psychology and Journalism. Alison was recently named to the RNC’s list of “Rising Stars” as well as Red Alert Politics “30 under 30” list and Christianity Today’s Reader’s Choice “33 under 33.” You can follow her on Twitter: @alisonhoward1.
To talk with a CWA Principal please contact Alison Howard at 202-266-4816 or firstname.lastname@example.org.