Allison Berger Tiller is an advocate and entrepreneur. Her passions include the environment, children, food security, and racial and social justice. She has worked in the non-profit and social entrepreneurial sector for 15 years. She currently devotes her professional time to Epiphany Throws, LLC; a sustainable accessories and Mardi Gras supply company, which she co-founded in 2019. Prior to this endeavor, Allison worked with various non-profit institutions, focusing on programmatic development, strategic planning, and fundraising. She started her career practicing law with the Financial Institutions Group of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher, and Flom, L.L.P and is a Principal at The Berger Company.
Ms. Tiller is honored to serve as a board member of the Greater New Orleans Foundation. In addition, she currently serves on the boards of Louisiana Appleseed, and the Louisiana Children’s Museum. She has previously served on the boards and executive committees of St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church, Audubon Institute, Hands-On New Orleans, New Orleans Downtown Development District, the NOCCA Institute, and the Jefferson Trust at the University of Virginia. Allison received both her Bachelor of Arts and law degrees from the University of Virginia. A native of New Orleans, she resides there with her family.