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"Alison Trachtman Hill began her work with Hillels of Westchester when she brought us a grant opportunity she felt would fit with our multi-campus mission. We hired her to write the grant and help us design an innovative young women’s leadership program. After accompanying me to meet with multiple potential foundations, the grant she wrote was successfully funded at the full dollar amount, which also happened to be the largest grant made by that foundation during their funding cycle. Alison will play a significant role helping us implement the grant, including leading workshops for participants in the leadership program. We at Hillels of Westchester are thrilled with her work and look forward to many more opportunities to work together."  

-  Saul Spangenberg, Executive Director, Hillels of Westchester

"Alison was recently a guest blogger for NetSmartz Workshop. We were all extremely impressed with her expertise and professionalism. Alison is a pleasure to work with, an excellent communicator, and her final product was great."

-  Michelle Menillo, Educational Writer, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

"Alison is a fierce advocate for empowering and educating girls.  Her knowledge and understanding of the issues that are often unique to girls is “spot on.” In fact, we valued her input enough to include some of her work in our book “Safe Practices for Life Online.”  

-  Doug Fodeman, Co-Director,

"Alison has been a terrific partner with Break the Cycle. Her ideas have been well thought-out, her work/research provided to us has been extremely well-detailed and she has on the excellent working relationship BTC has developed with Alison. Overall summation – a great addition to any group of consultants and she will give you 200% effort on any project she takes on!"

-  Eric Anderson, Director of Program, Break the Cycle

"Alison brought her extraordinary knowledge and point of view to a post-show discussion at TADA! Youth Theater in conjunction with our production of the original family musical Rabbit Sense, which deals with themes of bullying. Where most specialists on the topic and media outlets seem keen on sensationalizing for their own gain, Alison gave us a practical and optimistic point of view, which gave our audience of parents and kids a better place to start from in dealing with similar issues. She was both thoughtful and very interesting."

-  Amy Fiore, Managing Director, TADA! Youth Theater