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.