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Alisha Greenberg

Sports Impact Leadership Certificate (SILC)
Founder and Co-Director

Alisha Greenberg is widely recognized as an industry leader with an expert talent for educating & advising those making an impact through sport. As a trusted thought leader and practitioner in the field, organizations often reach out to Alisha for guidance. She has pioneered innovative solutions for prominent clients including the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Justin Verlander’s Wins for Warriors; the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition; 3x Olympian Tracy Evans & Kids Play International; Athletes for Hope and Positive Tracks. Alisha is the director of the prestigious RWJF Sports Award on behalf of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the nation’s largest philanthropy dedicated solely to health. She serves as founder and co-director of the Sports Impact Leadership Certificate (SILC), a one of a kind training program in partnership with Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Program. Prior to consulting, Alisha spent eight years at the Sports Philanthropy Project (SPP) managing all sports partnerships with teams, athletes, leagues and others, enabling her to build an extensive network. She graduated from Indiana University, earning a degree in Sports Marketing and Management with a minor in Business. She holds a Nonprofit Management Executive Certificate from The Center for Public & Nonprofit Leadership at Georgetown University. Visit www.sportsphilanthropy.com to learn more and follow @rounding3.