Alissa Novoselick is the Executive Director of Living Arts in Detroit, MI where she works to empower youth in the city through the arts. Novoselick received her MBA from Antioch University and has a BA in English with teaching certification from the University of Michigan. Prior to accepting the position at Living Arts, Novoselick worked in West Virginia for 6 years as the Executive Director of the Tamarack Foundation for the Arts and as Director of Development at Carnegie Hall. She also taught high school in Camp Verde, AZ and Southfield, MI.
In West Virginia, Alissa increased revenue for her organizations and was known for her skill in arts and economic development policy. Novoselick was named one of the State Journal’s “40 Under 40,” the 2016 YWCA Woman to Watch, 2016 West Virginia Woman Rising Star, a 2015 WV Living “Wonder Woman” and served an appointment by the Governor on the Broadband Enhancement Council. She also volunteered her time on the boards of Generation WV, Fund for the Arts, and on the Philanthropy WV policy committee. Novoselick is currently part of the National Arts Strategies Chief Executive Program through Harvard Business School and the University of Michigan.
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