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Heartquist, Allison


HP3 (Haverhill Public-Private Partnership)

Allison Heartquist is the Director for HP3, a non-profit whose mission is to provide every high school Haverhill graduate an opportunity to make a living wage. She previously the position of Chief of Staff to Haverhill Mayor James J. Fiorentini. She has worked for the city for the past six years, starting as the mayor’s Executive Assistant and ascending to Director of Constituent Services. In her current role, Allison is the liaison between the mayor’s office and the city’s many departments, department heads, City Council and other elected officials. She works closely with the School Department, local Chamber of Commerce, individual businesses, community groups, non-profits and faith organizations.

Allison developed and manages the city’s municipal website and emergency notification system among a myriad of duties. She oversees constituent relations for a resident population of approximately 64,000. She has been especially busy during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, helping the public, the business community and local nonprofits navigate governmental bureaucracy and obtain services. Allison has taken a leading role making sure first-responders, nursing homes and health care professional in Haverhill have access to face masks and other PPE. She has similarly led the city’s efforts to provide food, face masks and financial support to at-risk residents.

Allison lives in Newburyport with her daughter, a senior at Newburyport High School. Her favorite activities include watching her daughter perform in equestrian competitions and spending time at the beach, where she has an abiding interest in protecting and preserving coastal land and habitat. Allison holds a B.S. degree from UMass-Amherst.
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Heartquist, Allison
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