Alysia Christy

Director of Community Impact
About MACF

Alysia Christy

Alysia Christy began her role as Director of Community Impact at the Foundation in September 2019 after she relocated with her family back to Midland.  Alysia earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from Saginaw Valley State University and a master’s degree in social work from Michigan State University.  Her previous career experience includes non-profit service and leadership, specifically serving and advocating for children and families.  Alysia has a drive and passion to provide a sense of community and connection with people and systems, both personally and professionally.  In her role with the Foundation, she has the opportunity to engage in community efforts and collaborate with organizations and social efforts that are continuing to ‘stand in the gap’ for those within our community.  Additionally, she is responsible for the coordination of the Foundation’s grant making process.

Favorite things

Alysia’s favorite things are spending time with her family, living for a cause greater than herself, and of course, coffee (coffee is super important).

Favorite thing(s)to do in Midland County

Alysia loves frequenting the local coffee shops, walking the Rail Trail, and spending lots of time at the Midland Farmers Market!

Midland Area Community Foundation


Sharon Mortensen

President & CEO

Kyle Fahrner

Chief Financial Officer

Alysia Christy

Director of Community Impact

Raquel Brown

Director of Development

Heather Crowl

Scholarship Coordinator & Impact Assistant

Laura Dittenber

Administrative & Development Assistant

Kevin LaDuke

Communications Officer

Luiz Quellis

Finance Manager

Kristin Sovis

Postsecondary Education Leader

Nicole Morreale

Executive Assistant

Sara JacobsCarter

Youth Impact Coordinator