Introducing Alison Lewis to C4 Foundation Board of Directors

We are happy to announce our newest C4 Foundation Board member, Alison Lewis. Alison is currently a philanthropist, focused on education and the arts.  She is also involved with nonprofit organizations that are innovative and serve a diverse audience with an emphasis on the underserved. Additionally, she manages two family foundations, is the Board Chair for Scottsdale Arts, on the Executive Committee for Women Investing in Science and Health (WISH), the Vice Chair for Tonto Creek Camp, an outdoor STEM camp and a board member of the Banner Health Foundation.   She was a founding partner and a board member for Social Venture Partners Arizona.  She is involved with her alma mater, ASU, where she provides input and support for Solar SPELL, a solar powered digital learning library, and is a member of Women & Philanthropy, as well as the ASU President’s Club.
She previously was a partner in a small business which marketed women’s luxury wardrobes with personalized service.  Prior to that, Alison practiced law for 19 years at the law firm Teilborg, Sanders and Parks, where she specialized in employment and school law.  She was the first female partner at the firm, was instrumental in creating their mentoring structure and chaired their Recruitment Committee.  Prior to joining the firm, she was a law clerk at the Arizona Supreme Court.
She also loves to travel with her husband, Craig Krumwiede, and has bicycled all over the world.  She is passionate about hiking with her canine companion, Jake, finds great joy in gardening, and is a life long learner.