Alison Wallis, JD, PRP, CP-T
Alison Wallis became a Professional Registered Parliamentarian in 2005. Alison holds a law degree from Loyola University in New Orleans. She was a prosecuting attorney for 15 years and worked for the Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal. She now handles post-conviction matters for the judges of Jefferson Parish.
Alison is active in parliamentary organizations and works to ensure members receive value from their membership. She is serving a second term on the board of directors for the National Association of Parliamentarians. She was President of the Louisiana Association of Parliamentarians and a two-term District Six Director, covering the states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Texas. She is Vice President of the American College of Parliamentary Lawyers. She serves as a trustee for the National Association of Parliamentarians Educational Foundation and for the Dahms Memorial Foundation. Alison served three terms as president of the American Institute of Parliamentarians and is a Certified Parliamentarian-Teacher.
Alison is a frequent presenter, teacher, and trainer. She loves to show how parliamentary procedure can improve real life meetings and how parliamentarians can make their specialized knowledge practical.