Allison Schroeder

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Allison Schroeder

Allison Schroeder is an American screenwriter and film producer.[1] She co-wrote the film Hidden Figures with Theodore Melfi, earning a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.[2][3][4]

Early and personal life[edit]

Schroeder graduated from Melbourne High School in Florida in 1997.[5] While in high school, she interned at NASA, where her grandparents worked.[6] She read economics at Stanford University,[6] and after working as a consultant for two years, she went to University of Southern California for her MFA in the Film Production Program.[7]

In January 2016, Schroeder married writer Aaron Brownstein.[8] They have a daughter, Emily, born in 2016.[9]


Awards and nominations[edit]

For - Hidden Figures (with Theodore Melfi)



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