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Alison Goldstein Lebovitz

Numerous Local and National Nonprofit Boards

Lyndhurst Foundation

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Lyndhurst Foundation

517 E 5th St

Chattanooga, Tennessee,37403

United States

Company Description

The Lyndhurst Foundation identifies and invests in initiatives, institutions, people and programs that contribute to the long-term livability and resilience of the greater Chattanooga region. ... more.

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Employment History

Numerous Local and National Nonprofit Boards

Read 20


TribeFest


National Young Leadership Co-Chair

The Jewish Federations of North America Inc


Co-Founder and President

One Clip


International Press Coordinator

The Coca-Cola Company


Public Relations Executive

Johnson Waterhouse Public Relations


Political Analyst

Consulate General


Affiliations

United Way

Board Member


Jordan Thomas Foundation

Board Member


WTCI

Host of "The A List With Alison Lebovitz"


Aleph Bet Children's Center

Co-Founder


Education

Brandeis University


masters degree

radio/television/film

Northwestern University


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Lyndhurst Foundation - Trustees and Staff

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Alison G. Lebovitz


Alison Goldstein Lebovitz | Speakers | TribeFest 2014

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TribeFest 2014 > Speakers > Alison Goldstein Lebovitz
Alison Goldstein Lebovitz Alison Goldstein Lebovitz is an author, television host, speaker, and nonprofit executive who believes that each of us has the power and responsibility to make this world a better place. She is co-founder and president of One Clip at a Time, a nonprofit inspired by the Paper Clips Project that promotes student activism and supports service learning in classrooms across North America. She is also the host of "The A List with Alison Lebovitz," a weekly television series for WTCI/PBS and the author of, "Am I There Yet? a collection of her candid essays and life-inspired stories. Driven by her community spirit, faith and insomnia, Alison serves on numerous local and national nonprofit boards, including the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga, Lyndhurst Foundation, Tennessee Aquarium, Read20, and Jordan Thomas Foundation. She also served as the 2012 Campaign Chair for United Way of Greater Chattanooga and as Programming Co-Chair for the inaugural TribeFest in 2011. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Alison is a proud Ramahnik who graduated with honors from Brandeis University and holds a masters degree in radio/television/film from Northwestern University. She and her husband, Alan, live in Chattanooga, Tennessee with their three boys, Arthur, Abe and Levi.


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Home > Speakers > Alison Lebovitz
Alison Lebovitz Alison Lebovitz Co-chair, JFNA's National Young Leadership Alison Goldstein Lebovitz is co-chair of National Young Leadership of The Jewish Federations of North America. Alison serves on numerous local and national nonprofit boards, including the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga, Lyndhurst Foundation, Tennessee Aquarium, Read20, Jordan Thomas Foundation, and United Way of Greater Chattanooga. She recently served as the 2012 campaign chair for United Way of Greater Chattanooga. Alison is an author, television host, speaker and nonprofit executive who believes that each of us has the power and responsibility to make this world a better place. She is co-founder and president of One Clip at a Time, a nonprofit inspired by the Paper Clips Project that promotes student activism and supports service learning in classrooms across North America. She is also the host of "The A List with Alison Lebovitz," a weekly television series for PBS that airs in Tennessee and the author of, "Am I There Yet? a collection of her candid essays and life-inspired stories. Alison is a graduate of Brandeis University and holds a master's degree in radio/television/film from Northwestern University.


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Alison Lebovitz
Author, Television Host, Speaker Alison Goldstein Lebovitz is an author, television host, speaker, and "for purpose" executive. She is co-founder and president of One Clip at a Time, a nonprofit inspired by "The Paper Clips Project" started in Whitwell, Tennessee that promotes student activism and supports service learning in classrooms across North America. She is also the host of "The A List with Alison Lebovitz," a weekly television series for WTCI/PBS that has showcased some of the nation's most fascinating people. For the past 18 years she has written a monthly humor column that now appears in Tennessee Valley Parents Magazine, and is the author of Am I There Yet? -- a collection of her candid essays and life-inspired stories. Driven by her community spirit, faith and insomnia, Alison serves on numerous nonprofit boards, including the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga, Lyndhurst Foundation, Tennessee Aquarium, Read20, Jordan Thomas Foundation, and United Way of Greater Chattanooga. She is the current board chair for UnifiEd, a public school advocacy organization, and immediate past Co-Chair of National Young Leadership for Jewish Federations of North America. She is a proud co-founder of Aleph Bet Children's Center, a three-star community preschool that opened in Chattanooga in 2002, and served as the 2012 campaign chair for United Way of Greater Chattanooga. In 2006, the Southeastern Tennessee Association of Fundraising Professionals honored Alison as the Leadership Fundraiser of the Year, and in 2007, she was named a Chattanooga Woman of Distinction. Professionally, Alison also served as a political analyst for the Consulate General of Japan in Chicago, an international press coordinator for the Coca-Cola Company during the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, and a public relations executive for Johnson Waterhouse Public Relations in Chattanooga.


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Alison Lebovitz is an author, television host, nonprofit executive and community leader.
She serves on numerous local and national nonprofit boards, including the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga, Lyndhurst Foundation, Tennessee Aquarium, Read 20, Jordan Thomas Foundation and United Way of Greater Chattanooga.


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