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Growing up, Alison was a year-round competitive swimmer who swore she’d never run for fun. But in February 2016, she set a goal to run a 5K. She started exercising with FiA and developed a love for running. Three years since her first race, Alison has completed 22 races, including the Palmetto70, a 70-mile relay race, and returned to the water, completing Swim Across America’s Boston Harbor open water fundraising event.

Alison Smith

Alison is our technical wiz. The list of programs and apps she knows is a mile long. Convio, Concur, and Crystal Reports are just the beginning. There’s also Kronos, Oracle, PowerPoint, and Publisher. She’s also a pro at donor and fundraising software like Blackbaud, Raiser’s Edge, and MemberPlanet, thanks to her background in nonprofit fundraising.

She spent six years at the American Diabetes Association’s Charlotte office as associate manager of community health strategies. In that role, she managed the Healthy Kids: Preventing Type 2 Diabetes program and recruited companies and community organizations to participate in ADA events such as “National Get Fit, Don’t Sit Day.”

She has also served as The Lynnwood Foundation development department’s operations manager. (The Lynnwood Foundation is more commonly known as The Duke Mansion and The Lee Institute.) Alison was the primary contact for all donors, and she coordinated activities for donors at the $350 to $2,500 levels. Among the events she planned was the inaugural donor trip to Newport, RI.

The Charlotte native graduated from Denison University and earned a certification in meeting and event planning from University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Alison currently serves on the FiA  (Females in Action) Metro Charlotte board.

Phone: 704.377.0362
Email: asmith@CLCBsearch.com
But, wait! There's more.

Growing up, Alison was a year-round competitive swimmer who swore she’d never run for fun. But in February 2016, she set a goal to run a 5K. She started exercising with FiA and developed a love for running. Three years since her first race, Alison has completed 22 races, including the Palmetto70, a 70-mile relay race, and returned to the water, completing Swim Across America’s Boston Harbor open water fundraising event.