Aliza Pilisuk is the Program Coordinator at the Center for Child and Family Well-Being. Aliza coordinates administrative processes for our public programming and events.
Prior to joining CCFW, Aliza worked in non-profit program administration with a focus on education, children and youth, and reproductive health. She received a bachelor’s degree in Social Science with a minor in Psychology from Portland State University. Aliza served as an AmeriCorps VISTA member in the Greater Portland Area supporting eight local Boys and Girls Clubs with programming and events including a community hackathon. Most recently, she supported faculty, staff, and students as an education administrator at a local supplementary school.