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 also serves as trustee at the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation, where in addition to acting as secretary, she serves as chair or the impact investing committee and works with her family on aligning their endowment with impact.
In addition to Alissandra’s work with her family, she also works on her own impact investing projects and focuses on developing programs at for-impact organizations in Detroit; these include youth development programs and anti-trafficking programs. With racial justice being a passion of Alissandra’s, she is currently working with The ImPact on a racial justice learning series for members. She is also passionate about early childhood development, combatting human trafficking/modern slavery, and gender equity.
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