As an audio producer, Allison is available to work with reporters and program directors and can serve a reporter-producer as well. Using editing/production software, she delivers on tight deadlines both news stories and radio documentaries. Additionally, she is available as a content producer and can organize music choices, guests, and overall show content.
Featured Audio Work
Helping child welfare workers help troubled families
An innovative program at the University of Georgia offers tuition-free MSWs to staff with the Department of Family and Child Services.
Debunking Sex Trafficking Myths
Don't believe what you hear on TikTok: Sex traffickers are not stalking Target stores or tagging young women’s cars.
Promoting Trauma-Informed Policing
At the University of Georgia, a new training program will teach patrol officers how to better serve and protect sexual-assault survivors
The Stew that Stirred Things Up
In the second episode of Season 10 of America's Test Kitchen podcast Proof, I tell the story of how chicken mull, a communal dish, nearly tore apart a tiny town...
Tackling Domestic Violence in the Asian-American Community
Dr. Joon Choi has found an innovative way to address the particular challenges faced by the Asian immigrant community coping with domestic violence.
A Veteran Finds Healing Through Farming
The post 9-11 generation of warriors is twice as likely as their older counterparts to serve in a combat zone. This is the story of how one combat veteran is...
The “How” of Telemental Health
Mental-health providers are adapting by adopting technology to serve their clients remotely.
How Does Your Garden Grow?
A three-part series I created and produced for WUGA-FM, the NPR affiliate in Athens, Ga., that connects listeners with garden questions with the local extension agent.
Tribute to a Climate Scientist
My piece for the Climate One podcast on the late Dr. Stephen Schneider, a pioneering climate scientist and a skilled communicator begins at 16:55.
UGA School of Social Work to Launch Certificate in Substance Use Counseling
Over the past 10 years, use of opioids in Georgia has become an epidemic. Death rates by opioid drug overdose - whether by synthetic painkillers like fentanyl - or by...
UGA Researcher Receives Multimillion Dollar Grant for Human Trafficking Research
A severe lack of data hampers attempts to curtail human trafficking worldwide.
Teaching Trauma-Informed Care
Helping clients in trauma is not easy for either the lawyers who represent them or the social workers who work with them. An innovative class at the University of Georgia...