Andy Allen is a partner with inHealth Strategies overseeing company operations and existing client relationships. Prior to becoming a partner, Andy served as a principal consultant focused on new client implementations, community initiatives, and strategic and population health consulting. He is the former outreach officer for the Mayor-President of Baton Rouge. While serving in the administration, he directed the Mayor’s Health City Initiative and led a multi-sectoral coalition of more than 75 partners in crafting and implementing a first-in-the-nation joint Community Health Needs Assessment and Implementation Strategy. During this time, the organization received multiple national awards and recognitions, including the 2015 American Hospital Association’s NOVA Award and designation as a 2014 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize Finalist.
Andy graduated Summa Cum Laude from The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia in 2011. In 2015, he was named one of the Baton Rouge Business Report’s ‘Top Forty Under 40’ and completed his Master of Business Administration degree in 2016. In 2019, after three years in the program, Andy became a part of the inaugural alumni cohort of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Leader program. He also serves as a planning commissioner for East Baton Rouge Parish where he and his wife, Lauren, live. They enjoy traveling together, adventuring outdoors and getting themselves in trouble with overly ambitious do-it-yourself projects.