Iraq War Veteran | Leader | Problem-Solver
Allison Jaslow is an Iraq War Veteran, a dedicated public servant, and an advocate for the views and experiences of combat veterans and their families.
Nationally, Jaslow is recognized as a leading voice on the impact of the military-civilian divide on our political system and as an authority on the unique challenges faced by women in the military.
A former Army Captain, Jaslow is also a seasoned political and communications strategist, serving on the staff of several Members of Congress, as a White House communications aide. She's a former the Executive Director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) and currently an Adjunct Professor at Duke University and living in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
Served as lead spokesperson for IAVA in the national media and the organization’s primary liaison with Members of Congress and senior Administration officials.
Established IAVA as the leading voice for America’s 2.2 million women veterans.
Played an integral role in the first-ever Presidential campaign “Commander in Chief Forum” co-hosted with NBC, and viewed by over 15 million Americans during the 2016 election.
Need for Greater Recognition of Women Veterans on Megyn Kelly TODAY
Nov. 9, 2017
Memorial Day and Women Veterans on CNN with Brooke Baldwin
May 30, 2017
Politicization of Gold Star Families & Military Civilian Divide on Kasie DC
October 22, 2017
VA Healthcare and Women Veterans on Andrea Mitchell Reports
April 13, 2017
Trump Administration Ban on Transgender Troops on CBS Evening News
July 27, 2017
Politicization of Gold Star Families and Fallen Soldiers on Anderson Cooper 360