Allison Welch currently serves as Vice President at DCI Group where she provides strategic counsel, research, message development, and creative storytelling to support clients’ corporate communications and public affairs objectives.
While her work covers a wide variety of high profile legislative and regulatory policy areas, Allison has sought-after expertise on antitrust issues facing a diverse range of industries, including experience navigating the policy environment around mergers and acquisitions and managing other competition policy issues before the Federal Trade Commission. Allison has specialized in telecommunications and technology policy for over a decade, bringing keen insight and foresight into those policy areas as well.
Prior to joining DCI Group, Allison held political positions at both the state and federal level, serving in roles ranging from local organizing during New Hampshire’s First-In-The-Nation presidential primary to managing the political research and rapid response for one of the most competitive Senate races in the country. Allison began her career on Capitol Hill, where she served as a Legislative Assistant in the U.S. House of Representatives, handling domestic policy issues.
Allison graduated from Saint Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire, and then earned a Master of Arts in Legislative Affairs from The George Washington University.