Alison joined Burton D. Morgan Foundation in 2005 as a Program Officer and now serves as Special Projects Coordinator. In her work with the Foundation, she has been involved in a wide variety of initiatives, including NEOCEP, the Northeast Ohio Collegiate Entrepreneurship Program. Alison also researched and wrote the copy for the Foundation’s 50th anniversary timeline, and researched the first Intersections publication for the Foundation focusing on the 10th anniversary of NEOCEP. Alison has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Wellesley College and a M.Ed. from Harvard University. Prior to her work at the Foundation, she did development and community relations work for Cleveland Scholarship Programs (College Now) and the National College Access Network. She is involved with Christ Church Episcopal in Hudson, and serves as an alumna interviewer for Wellesley College. Alison also is active with the Digestive Leadership Council of University Hospitals.
Favorite Place to Travel: Cape Cod
How She Likes to Spend her Spare Time: Hiking in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, baking, reading
On her bucket list: Cage diving with great white sharks in South Africa