Alison D. Evans conducts research and analysis for Lewis-Burke clients and staff regarding a variety of federal policy issues including agriculture, defense, and cybersecurity. Her academic background in biochemistry and policy provides her historical knowledge of science policy, with a passion for advancing research.
Before joining Lewis-Burke, Ms. Evans gained federal science policy experience as the Public Affairs Intern at the American Geophysical Union. Additional past experiences include working as the Government Relations Intern for B3 Strategies, a lobbying firm in Arizona, where she researched energy and healthcare legislation at the state level. She was also a Research Intern at the Consortium for Science Policy and Outcomes at Arizona State University, covering issues related to science policy education for early career faculty.
Ms. Evans graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry.