Allison Schroeder is an American screenwriter and film producer. She co-wrote the film Hidden Figures with Theodore Melfi, earning a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Early and personal life
Schroeder graduated from Melbourne High School in Florida in 1997. While in high school, she interned at NASA, where her grandparents worked. She read economics at Stanford University, and after working as a consultant for two years, she went to University of Southern California for her MFA in the Film Production Program.
- The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show (show coordinator)
- Pineapple Express (production assistant)
- Smallville (production assistant)
- Jay and Seth versus the Apocalypse
- Hidden Figures (co-writer)
- Christopher Robin (co-writer)
- Mean Girls 2 (writer)
- Side Effects (producer, writer)
Awards and nominations
- Nominated: Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay
- Nominated: BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay
- Nominated: USC Scripter Award
- Nominated: Satellite Award for Best Adapted Screenplay
- Nominated: Writers Guild of America Award for Best Adapted Screenplay
- Winner: [Humanitas Prize for Feature Film]  tied with Hacksaw Ridge
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