Alissandra Elizabeth Aronow

January 28, 2020
Alissandra Elizabeth Aronow is a former competitive international ice dancer and has a BA in History of Art from the University of Michigan. Alissandra serves as Vice President for the Lovelight Foundation, is on the board of advisors for Figure Skating in Detroit, board of directors for GoodWeave International and is on the National Advisory Counsel for Childrens Rights. She Read More

Mollie Anderson

January 28, 2020
Mollie Anderson is a member of the Board at Crossroads Fund and is an alum of their Giving Project. The Giving Project is an equitable approach to fundraising and grant making that brings together a cohort of 25 people, built intentionally across race and class, that commits to raising $100,000 to fund systems change work in Chicago. Participating it in Read More

Demetrius Amparan

January 28, 2020
Demetrius Amparan is a marketing and communications professional with eight years of experience creating opportunity for young people who come from inequitable environments. His upbringing in South Chicago inspired his belief in better life outcomes through quality support systems. Demetrius has served as the director of publications and marketing communications for Young Chicago Authors, and as communications manager for A Read More

Michael Aguhar

January 28, 2020
Michael Aguhar, Program Director at the Crossroads Fund, is an attorney and community organizer. He is passionate about supporting immigration justice, workers rights, and queer artists of color in Chicago. Previously, he was the Executive Director of the Alliance of Filipinos for Immigrant Rights and Empowerment (AFIRE), a Crossroads Fund grantee. In 2016, Michael worked alongside a coalition of Filipino, Read More

Judy Adler

January 28, 2020
As President of the Turner Foundation, Judy Adler is responsible for implementing the foundation’s mission of protecting and restoring our natural systems – the air, land, and water on which all life depends. Before being appointed as President, Judy spent ten years managing the energy and water programs at the foundation. Prior to joining the Turner Foundation, Judy managed a Read More

Ron Harris

January 28, 2020
Ron Harris is a black millennial focused on political involvement, civic/shareholder engagement, and philanthropy being the best opportunities to improve people’s lives. He got his start volunteering for then Senator Barack Obama’s campaign for president, and has been involved in different capacities ever since. He played a significant role in the passage and adoption of raising the minimum wage and Read More

Leigh Adams

January 28, 2020
Leigh Adams is the Executive Director for Ausherman Family Foundation. She comes to the Foundation with more than 15 years of experience in the nonprofit sector and has a passion for connecting people together for the greater good. Leigh holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Salisbury University and is pursuing her Master’s in Business Administration degree at Hood College. Read More

The Russell Family Foundation

January 24, 2020
The Russell Family Foundation seeks to contribute to a sustainable and peaceful world for people, places and communities. We serve as a partner for grassroots leaders and community organizations in Pierce County and the broader Puget Sound region. Read More

Ashley Clark

January 16, 2020
A passionate believer in philanthropy’s potential to promote equity and social justice, Ashley Clark (she/her) brings grantmaking, operations, marketing and communications experience to her work with The Libra Foundation. As Knowledge and Grants Manager, Ashley stays abreast of the key leaders and trends in the Foundation’s program areas. Coupling extensive sector knowledge with deep data management expertise, Ashley administers and Read More

Marlene Corrado

January 16, 2020
As a Program Officer of the William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation and member of the Foundation’s virtual office, Marlene manages the NextGen & Youth Grantmaking programs and applies various approaches to engage a geographically dispersed, multi-gen family. Prior to joining the William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation, Marlene was the Manager of Development & Marketing and Executive Read More