Allegra Hill is a Policy Analyst in the Center for Local Governance.

Prior to joining the Foundation, Allegra practiced state tax law in Austin, challenging Texas tax assessments through the legal system.

Before moving to Austin, Allegra served as a prosecutor in the Wichita County District Attorney’s Office, where she successfully tried and resolved hundreds of misdemeanor, juvenile, and mental health cases.

Allegra earned her undergraduate degree in economics from Northwestern University, before escaping the cold to attend Baylor Law School in her native Texas. She graduated magna cum laude from Baylor Law in 2013.

Allegra is a member of the Austin Bar Association, and serves as Publicity Co-Chair for the Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association. She enjoys listening to audiobooks, doing jigsaw puzzles, taking roadtrips, writing computer programs, and debating theology.