Aliza Krevolin is the Director of Special Projects at the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley. She performs a broad range of tasks including managing the scholarship process, assisting in processing grants, convening grantees, supporting the CFO, and planning, managing and implementing special projects such as FeedHV, a food recovery and gleaning app. Aliza previously worked at Generations Incorporated in Boston, MA, where she was the Active Aging Program Manager. Prior to that, Aliza conducted policy research and organized legislative advocacy at Charles Group Consulting and worked in strategic planning and leadership development at Combined Jewish Philanthropies. Aliza holds a graduate degree in social work from Boston University and a bachelor’s degree in sociology and history from Brandeis University. She resides in Ulster County with her wife, Lindsey, and her two rescue dogs and rabbit. Aliza enjoys hiking and kayaking throughout the Hudson Valley in her free time.