Lori Allison, SHRM-SCP
Consultant, Outsourcing
202.478.8037 ext 147

As an HR Consultant with Nonprofit HR, Lori provides remote and on-site strategic human resources thought partnership and operational support to its HR consulting clients. Working collaboratively with leadership and colleagues, Lori provides proactive and high-quality human resources support, leveraging proven best practices to organizations seeking relevant, strategic, creative and innovative HR solutions that align with their organizational and business needs. Lori leads in the development, execution and monitoring of human resources goals, objectives and systems on behalf of clients.

Lori has a passion for service excellence and professional development and brings more than 20 years of progressive HR consulting and practitioner leadership experience. She has served small, medium and large-size companies in varying industries across private and public sectors. Before Nonprofit HR, Lori worked for an international franchise company as their Director of People and Culture, building an HR department from the ground up and partnering with corporate business leaders to create more focused and strategic people initiatives. Lori has a proven track record of building relational business partnerships for delivering value-added HR services and solutions. She is also an experienced facilitator, HR compliance and leadership development trainer (in-person and virtually), public speaker (SHRM chapters and businesses) and writer (business website and training content, HR articles, workplace communications).

Lori earned her bachelor’s degree from Life Pacific (San Dimas, CA) and is a Senior Certified Professional through the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM); she also has her Human Resources Management certification through UGA’s Continuing Education. Lori, her husband, John, and their children, Moriah and Jonathan, reside in Atlanta, GA. They love time spent with family and friends, music events, the great outdoors and are always game for exploring new food tastes and adventures. Lori also enjoys creative outlets through theater, home decorating, gardening and cooking.


Pronouns: She, her, hers

SHRM Senior Certified Professional