Alice is a journalist and philanthropy executive, digital video strategist, and two-time Emmy award-winning television producer. She is currently Head of Strategic Partnerships & Place-based Philanthropy at the American Journalism Project, a new venture in philanthropy dedicated to local nonprofit news organizations across the country. She has worked in national news for two decades, including various editorial and production roles at NBC News and as a senior producer of digital video at The Washington Post. She serves on the board of TheGuardian.org, the philanthropic organization that partners with The Guardian to support impactful journalism projects throughout the world and acts as an independent trustee of the Nathan Cummings Foundation, a family foundation working to create a more just, vibrant, sustainable, and democratic society. She is also an advisory circle member of JustFund, the only nonprofit grantmaking platform designed by funders and nonprofit leaders of color.
Alice is the recipient of several national and regional awards including a National Headliners award and the New York Newswomen’s award for her reporting in the days following 9/11. In 2013, she was nominated for an Emmy in the Outstanding Interview category for her work with Andrea Mitchell. Alice is a graduate of Columbia University and McGill University.