Alisa Harris, Board Member
Alisa Harris was homeschooled from kindergarten through twelfth grade. As a homeschooled graduate who had a positive experience, she is passionate about working to ensure that all homeschooled children have access to a quality education. She has worked on a wide range of causes as a nonprofit communications professional and a volunteer: economic and social rights, addiction treatment, mental health, early childhood education, child abuse prevention, and women’s rights. She received a Feminist Leadership Award from the National Organization for Women–NYC for her participation in the Activist Alliance, a year-long fellowship for young women leaders. Alisa has a B.A. in English from Hillsdale College and is currently attending Boston University School of Management to complete a Master of Business Administration. She is the author of Raised Right: How I Untangled My Faith from Politics.