Alexandra Zisser is a learning and impact fellow with the Skillman Foundation, helping advance the Foundation’s impact and performance through thoughtful evaluation.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Alexandra was a research and learning specialist at the United Way for Southeastern Michigan, where she used qualitative and quantitative analysis, geospatial mapping, and group facilitation to promote data-driven decision making and continuous program improvement. Alexandra has also worked in workforce development at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and served as a Challenge Detroit Fellow from 2013-2014.
Alexandra has degrees in both Political Science and Spanish from the University of Southern California. Outside of work, Alexandra serves on the volunteer board of Detroit Passport to the Arts, enjoys cooking and testing new recipes, and is almost always listening to a podcast.