Allie Clouse assists Moxley Carmichael account executives to fulfill clients’ public relations needs and aspirations. She is skilled at media communication, writing and social media management.

Prior to joining Moxley Carmichael in 2021, Allie worked as a reporter for the Knoxville News Sentinel. She built lasting relationships and gained experiences that give her an edge in the industry. Allie combines her ability to aptly form connections and her inherent creativity and passion for the community to consistently deliver desired results for clients.

She supports local nonprofits and small businesses, including Young-Williams Animal Center, Positively Living & Choice Health Network and more. Allie is a member of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Volunteer Chapter and a mentor with Knoxville Leadership Foundation.

Allie graduated from The University of Tennessee in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and minor in leadership studies. While a college student, she founded the university’s first women’s magazine; served as vice president of business operations for Alpha Kappa Psi’s Zeta Lambda chapter; studied content marketing abroad in Sydney, Australia; and was a member of the Leadership Knoxville Scholars 2020 cohort.

Allie resides in South Knoxville with her longtime boyfriend, Alex Owens, and a Pembroke Welsh corgi named Fritter. During her free time, Allie enjoys walking her dog at local parks, exploring Knoxville breweries and volunteering.