Alison Moore is the CEO of Comic Relief US. She joined in 2019 with extensive experience in the media, tech and digital industries, where she successfully expanded business operations and growth for leading organizations and world-renowned brands.
Alison came to Comic Relief US to evolve the reach, scale and impact of the work for their important
mission: driving positive change through entertainment. She has expanded the strategy to include new programs connecting brands, consumers and donors with urgent poverty-related issues: health, hunger, homelessness, mental health and social justice. Through the COVID tumult, the organization raised over
$74 million with the consumer-driven Red Nose Day campaign to end child poverty, working with corporate partners such as Walgreens, NBC, and Mars-Wrigley. Since 2015, Red Nose Day has raised over $270 million and positively impacted over 25 million children in the U.S. and around the world.
Alison was previously the Chief Business Officer, Beauty Collection at Condé Nast, overseeing brands such as Glamour and Allure. Prior to Condé Nast, Alison was Chief Revenue Officer at SoundCloud, and held multiple executive level positions at NBC Universal, DailyCandy and HBO.
Alison is a Founding Member of Kindred, a network of business and nonprofit executives, and a member
of Chief, the network of senior women leaders. She serves on the board of TRACE, which leverages afro-urban entertainment content to connect and empower a new generation of creators.