Liz Alsina has over ten years of experience in performing arts administration. In her current role as a program associate at the Foundation, she manages the Foundation's portfolio of nearly 100 active music grants across the country. Prior to joining the Foundation, Ms. Alsina was director of institutional giving at Roundabout Theatre Company, Florida Grand Opera, and TheatreworksUSA, where she also served as director of development. Additional experiences include: education and community engagement with Washington National Opera and New York City Opera; general management with INTAR Theatre and the Yale Cabaret; and public relations and events management with Sony Classical Records and the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. She received a bachelor of music from the Manhattan School of Music where she studied classical voice, and a masters in fine arts from Yale University where she studied theater management at the School of Drama; currently, she is pursuing a certificate in global affairs from New York University. During her studies at Yale, Ms. Alsina was the first recipient of support from the Benjamin Mordecai Memorial Fund, and was a National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts scholar. Ms. Alsina is an active community volunteer, and has also served in New York City’s and Miami's municipal arts grant panels.