Allison Clonch


Allison Clonch is a 2016-2017 Graduate Student Fellow.

Allison Clonch is a graduate student at UNC Chapel Hill pursuing dual degrees in City & Regional Planning and Public Health. She attended NC State University as an undergraduate, where she earned her Bachelor’s degrees in Nutrition Science and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology. Ally is passionate about exploring the intersection of attributes of the built environment and health outcomes to better inform policy and future development. She currently represents the Department of City & Regional Planning as a Senator in UNC’s Graduate and Professional Student Federation and acts as a GoTriangle Transit Ambassador to promote access to and utilization of public transportation.

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