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Michael Allegretti

Michael Allegretti is vice president for programs at the Manhattan Institute as well as director of the Institute’s Center for State & Local Leadership. Allegretti leads, with senior fellow George Kelling, the Manhattan Institute’s outreach team that is sharing its expertise in criminology and policy implementation in Detroit. Applying Kelling’s Broken Windows approach to public safety, crime prevention, and crime intervention, the Manhattan Institute is implementing pilot programs in collaboration with the Detroit Police Department and community groups to address public safety in the Motor City.

Prior to joining the Institute, Allegretti ran for the U.S. Congress in New York’s 13th District and served as senior advisor at The Climate Group, advising former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and managing relationships with dozens of city and state governments around the world toward sensible energy development. He has worked as a director at the Partnership for New York City and as a policy analyst for UBS. Michael holds a B.A. in history from Boston College, a diploma in international relations from Sciences-Po in Paris, and an M.A. in public policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.


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