Allyson Pinkhover is a public health professional with experience in substance misuse/abuse research, quality improvement, and community pharmacy. Her interests include implementation and evaluation of evidence-based practices in community settings, as well as quality and access to care, especially for substance use disorder prevention, harm reduction, and treatment services. Allyson currently serves as Project Manager for the MeHI Connected Communities Implementation Grant Project at Brockton Neighborhood Health Center. The project focuses on leveraging health information technology and enhancing workflows between five community partners, with the aim of improving care coordination for patients with behavioral health conditions. A graduate of the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor of Science in biological sciences and Drexel University with a Master of Public Health, Allyson is currently pursuing a graduate certificate in Community Health and Health Center Management from Suffolk University and the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers. She is also a Certified Pharmacy Technician with experience in hospital outpatient and independent retail pharmacy.