Alicia Manning is the Vice President for Programs and oversees the Foundation’s giving. Since joining the Foundation in 1996, she has aimed to highlight the role of faith-based and private, voluntary efforts in revitalizing civil society. Alicia has worked in many program areas, including welfare reform, education, religious freedom, family and cultural renewal, public policy, civic engagement, youth intervention, and philanthropy and nonprofit management. In 2016, she served on a gubernatorial commission on the family. Alicia holds a B.A. in international relations from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. She serves on the boards of The Schuck Foundation, The Kaztex Foundation, and the Woodson Center and is a member of The Philadelphia Society.
Alicia L. Manning Vice President for Programs