Alisa Levin, co-founder of the market leading boutique legal search firm, Greene-Levin- Snyder, is an executive recruiter specializing in partner and senior level searches. Prior to founding the firm Alisa practiced bankruptcy and workout law at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton and White & Case, where she ultimately became counsel. She began her legal career as a law clerk to Chief Judge Charles D. Breitel of the New York Court of Appeals. Alisa has held numerous leadership positions at the UJA- Federation of NY including Chair of the Commission on the Jewish People and Chair of Planned Giving and Endowment. She now chairs LEAD as well as a new cross commission effort reexamining UJA-Federation’s work in the Former Soviet Union. Alisa is dedicated to Brooklyn. She was on the board of Congregation Beth Elohim in Park Slope, and her many civic involvements include serving as inaugural co-chair of the Artists’ Circle campaign at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and as founder of the Lawyer Partnership at the Brooklyn Bureau of Community Service, where she served on the Executive Committee. An avid supporter and life trustee of the Berkeley Carroll School, Alisa was president of its board for five years. Alisa is a graduate of the Joint Program between Columbia and Jewish Theological Seminary and St. John’s University Law School, where she was Editor in Chief of the Law Review. Alisa lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn with her husband, Charles Nathan.