Allison Rutledge-Parisi, known during her acting career as Allison Parisi, is an attorney, and a former chief administrative officer for Kaplan, Inc., and a former actress. She is known for her role as Jane Clark in Whit Stillman's critically acclaimed film Metropolitan (1990).
Credited during her acting career as Allison Parisi, she made her acting debut in Greg Mottola’s short film Swingin' in the Painter's Room in 1989. A year later, she was cast as Jane Clark in Whit Stillman’s Metropolitan. In 1991, she appeared in an episode of NBC's Midnight Caller, with Gary Cole.
After graduating from law school and passing the bar exam, Rutledge-Parisi clerked for Judge Robert W. Sweet in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. After working as an intellectual property lawyer for the firm of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler in Manhattan, she joined Kaplan, Inc. in 2004. Three years later, she was promoted to Kaplan's chief administrative officer. In 2017, the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced her hiring as its Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer.
- New York Times, June 11, 1995, "Weddings: Dr. Marion, Ms. Rutledge-Parisi"
- Business Wire, November 14, 2007, "Allison Rutledge-Parisi Named Chief Administrative Officer of Kaplan"
- "Press release: Allison Rutledge-Parisi Named Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer at The Metropolitan Museum of Art". The Met (Metropolitan Museum of Art). Retrieved 26 April 2019.
- New York Times, November 08, 2012, "When Mother Suggests a Move"