Airs: Sunday, November 2, 2014 - 5:30pm
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Alice Webber has been the Director of Development at KUED since 2008. She works with the development staff in the acquisition of private donations through corporate underwriting, foundation and grant awards, membership, major gifts and planned giving.
Before moving down the hall to KUED, Alice was the underwriter manager at KUER. Previous to working at the EBC she was a pledge drive assistant at KCPW, Medicare Plan D educator for Salt Lake Aging Services, and a full time parent and community volunteer. Between college and full time parenting she did a variety of jobs including: waitressing in a Vermont diner, selling advertising space in the Vermont Public Radio program guide, working in a steel mill, office manager in a start-up video production company, aerobic exercise teacher in Kentucky (where she was required to wear leg warmers and high heels), and a public health worker for the Peace Corps in South Korea.
She has bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the University of Louisville. She has served on the Snowbird Sports Education Foundation and the Tracy Aviary board.
Born and raised in the Champlain Valley in Vermont, Alice has been married for 29 years. She and her husband have a daughter in Seattle, a son in Mexico City, and a black lab named Jackson. Alice is an avid skier, mountain biker, yoga practitioner and painter. Some of her favorite places from her travels are the Grand Canyon, Hong Kong, Perth, Australia, Zion National Park, Lake Champlain, Puket, Thailand, Leadville, Colorado, and Alta, Utah.