Allison Tummon Kamphuis is the Global Program Leader for Gender Equality and the Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program at Procter & Gamble(P&G). Allison has been with P&G for more than 20 years and manages P&G’s efforts to provide safe drinking water in the developing world and coordinates Gender Equality activities across the company.
P&G aspires to build a better world, one free from gender bias with an equal voice and equal representation for all individuals. Through its brands, corporate voice and people, the company is leveraging insights to uncover gender bias and taking actions to spark conversations and motivate change. In parallel, the CSDW Program provides clean drinking water using P&G packets the company’s household water treatment innovation. P&G partners with a diverse network of 150+ public, private and non-governmental organizations to raise awareness of the global water crisis and distribute water purification packets in more than 90 countries. Since the non-profit project began in 2004, more than 14 billion liters of clean water have been delivered.
Allison is a member of the Global Citizen Women & Girls Advisory Board, the National Academy of Medicine Forum on Public Private Partnerships in Global Health and Safety and the WHO/UNICEF International Network on Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage. She has been a Clinton Global Initiative Program Advisor and is a frequent speaker on public-private partnerships, gender equality, and safe drinking water in the developing world.
Allison joined P&G Pharmaceuticals in 1996 where she gained over a decade of experience in research and development leading clinical operations for global cardiac clinical trials. She has an MBA from Xavier University and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from McMaster University in Canada. Allison lives in Liberty Township, OH with her husband and two daughters.