Allison Trowbridge

Founder & CEO

Copper Books

Allison Trowbridge is the founder and CEO of Copper (, a social platform that connects authors and readers in meaningful community around books. She's also the host of "Pub Date," a podcast that interviews authors during their book launches. Allison published her own book, “Twenty-Two: Letters to a Young Woman Searching for Meaning” in 2017 with HarperCollins while completing her MBA at the University of Oxford. She became passionate about publishing after witnessing a handful of books ignite the global anti-slavery movement, where she worked for nearly a decade leading marketing, fundraising, and international campaigns at Not For Sale, the Freedom Fund, and as a partner at an impact investment fund, Just Business.


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