Allison Feaster is the Director of Player Development for the Boston Celtics. Prior to joining the Celtics last fall, Feaster spent three years with the National Basketball Association, where she most recently served as Player Personnel & Coach Relations Lead for the NBA G League. A 10-year WNBA veteran, Feaster enjoyed a successful 17-year professional playing career and competed in European leagues in Spain, France, Italy, and Portugal.
Feaster holds an MBA from Universidad Europea de Madrid and a BA in Economics from Harvard College. While at Harvard, she was the first athlete in any sport to be honored as Ivy League Player of the Year three times and was also named Ivy League Rookie of the Year. As a senior, Feaster and her Harvard teammates became the first No. 16 seed in the history of the NCAA DI basketball tournament to defeat a No. 1 seed when the Crimson upset Stanford, 71-67.
Beyond the court, Feaster has always taken great pride in using her platform in professional sports to promote the many values gained through sports and competition. This includes service as an ambassador for the NBA across the globe, and as a Sports Envoy in several countries for the U.S. Department of State´s SportsUnited sports diplomacy program. Feaster also champions the advancement of women and girls around the world and has collaborated on numerous panels and sports clinics geared towards women’s and girls’ empowerment.