Alison Overseth is the Chief Executive Officer of the Partnership for After School Education (PASE), a nonprofit which works with hundreds of community based organizations, higher education institutions, and corporate partners to improve the quality of opportunities available to young people living in poverty in New York City. With over 25 years of experience in the youth serving profession, Ms. Overseth directed a management initiative for the Fund for the City of New York to strengthen the non-profit agencies that provide community support for young people, and served as the founding President of the Board of Directors of PASE for 12 years. Ms. Overseth serves on the Board of Trustees of Smith College; serves as a Director of the Millennial Action Project; is on the Advisory Board of The Tamer Center for Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School; has taught leadership courses at Bank Street College of Education; is a Trustee of the FDR Presidential Library and Museum; and is a trustee of the UNR Asbestos-Disease Claims Trust. Ms. Overseth was a Director at The First Boston Corporation, specializing in corporate restructurings, from 1984-1992. Ms. Overseth is a graduate of Smith College and Columbia Business School.