Alisa serves as the Social Media Coordinator, following her previous positions at the Center include being a Spring 2022 Intern and Summer 2022 Development Assistant. A Master’s student of Cultural Studies at KU Leuven in Belgium, she is originally from Salem, Massachusetts, a place that has influenced a specific interest in cultural policy and heritage preservation.
With a background working at a variety of nonprofits in the arts and culture sector – from museums to a cross-cultural NGO – Alisa was originally drawn to art law for its potential to restore (or damage) relationships between interested parties, whether it be artists, museums, states, or the public. In her role, she now helps promote Center for Art Law events to make sure they reach their intended audience within the art law community. She previously received a B.A. in History with a concentration in Public History and minors in Political Science and Legal Studies from Salem State University.