Alyssa Alpine is an arts administrator, dancer, and writer with over fifteen years of experience in New York’s non-profit arts world. Since graduating from Columbia University, she’s held a variety of positions at organizations large (Lincoln Center) and small (New York Live Arts) that have honed her strategic thinking, management, and communication skills. She brings a deep personal commitment to the performing arts community, and as well as in-depth understanding of how it functions, to all her work. She currently directs the CUNY Dance Initiative, a residency program for New York City choreographers at 13 CUNY colleges, and is the Interim Managing Director of New Jersey City University's Center for the Arts. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.