After graduating with honors from the University of California at Los Angeles, Allison received her Master’s degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics. Allison is dedicated to disseminating innovative principles and practices of proprietary government in order to enable humankind to create a peaceful, stable, and durable civilization – a goal that has thus far not been achieved. Allison lives in Los Angeles and works as a marketing professional. Outside of work and the Seasteading Institute, she enjoys dancing, writing, running and yoga.
“Humankind’s technological progress has far exceeded its social progress. This explains why we have the capacity to launch rockets into space or discover the composition of an atom, yet we are still plagued by the same problems as ever – war, corruption, famine and poverty. When the founding fathers of the United States of America declared We don’t need a king, and established a democracy, this signified a monumental step forward in the direction of human freedom. But even a democracy does not allow for absolute freedom, for in a democracy, the minority is bound by the will of the majority. However, proprietary government offers an alternative. In proprietary government, people may choose to subscribe to goods and services in the same way they subscribe to non-governmental goods and services – by comparing the price and quality of items offered by a variety of competitors. I volunteer as an ambassador with The Seasteading Institute because I feel it is paramount to disseminate to the world a new vision of “government” – one that is proprietary, and that allows humankind to enjoy lasting peace and freedom.”