Allison Mitchell

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Allison Mitchell

Relationship Manager, Board of Directors

Allison Mitchell is Manager to the CEO and Manager for ARC’s Board of Directors. She is responsible for governance, education and engagement activities for the Board and its three subcommittees (audit, finance, and compensation), facilitating each Director's ability to execute their oversight responsibilities. She also manages the Board for nuTravel Technologies, Inc., an entity in which ARC is the majority shareholder. As COS, she serves as a trusted thought partner to the CEO, ensuring the CEO’s management and strategic commitments to both ARC’s employees and its Board are fulfilled. She represents the CEO in internal forums like ARC’s Risk Management Council.

In her tenure with ARC, Allison has held a variety of roles in business operations, including managing the inception and development of ARC’s first call center for travel agency and airline customers, delivering process improvements in sales contracting to support ARC’s transition to a for-profit entity, overseeing the launch of a newly formed vendor management program, and managing Accreditation services.

Allison earned her bachelor's degree in government from Smith College and a Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School. She is a member of the D.C. Bar and the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD).


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Grace Bay Beach, Turks and Caicos. The white sand and pure blue water reflecting against an unforgettable sunset is heaven on earth.

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“Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy. It’s the first “grown-up” book I read when I was in high school, and I still love it. It’s a drama that transports you to another place and time, immersing you so deeply in the lives of all the characters that you completely forget about your own time and place. (Also, it is 800 pages, which should keep me occupied until “Gilligan” gets the ship up and running.)

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We are all on this journey together (i.e., co-workers, family and friends). If we keep the needs of others top of mind, we can propel everyone forward.

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