Ally Perleoni, MA
At the AAMC, Ally lobbies on behalf of all U.S. medical schools and 400 major teaching hospitals. Her issue portfolio focuses on clinical issues, patient care, physician payment, graduate medical education, and maternal mortality. Prior to her time at the AAMC, Ally was a federal lobbyist at the American Academy of Pediatrics, where she advocated for the health of infants, children, and adolescents. Previously, she served as the manager of government relations at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, where she developed and enacted a government relations strategy for health information technology policy in their CapSite division. Ally also worked as a graduate assistant at the Women & Politics Institute at American University and as a lead research analyst for the Vermont Legislative Research Service. She is a graduate of the American University School of Public Affairs, where she earned her master’s degree in political science, and the University of Vermont College of Arts and Sciences, where she completed her bachelor’s degree with honors in political science. She lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband, Luke.