Kristi Andrasik reviews proposals across a broad range of program areas as part of the foundation's community-responsive grantmaking team.
brings to the foundation more than eight years of experience in social service and nonprofit management, and a dedication to the advancement of the Cleveland region.
Prior to joining the foundation, Kristi held several positions of increasing responsibility at Goodrich-Gannett Neighborhood Center in Cleveland, including family services coordinator, clinical director, and her latest position as associate director.
Most recently, Kristi
talents in family and community engagement at the Cleveland Metropolitan School District
She also serves as a volunteer for the Cleveland Animal Protective League.
Kristi graduated summa cum laude from Kent State University, earning a bachelor's degree in human development and family studies with a minor in sociology and additional studies in family life education and nonprofit management and development.
She received a Master of Science in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University and is a licensed independent social Worker with supervising credentials in the state of Ohio.