Alicia Cramer of Loganton, Pennsylvania, has a professional history spanning 30 years and includes roles beginning with packaging engineering and supply chain analysis for food packaging industry leaders H.J. Heinz and the Campbell's Soup Company to her current role as Senior Vice President for the U.S. Endowment.
Prior to joining the U.S. Endowment, Alicia worked for the Westervelt Company, formerly known as Gulf States Paper Corporation, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, for more than 20 years, holding key management positions in product development before progressing to Vice President of Business Development, an executive role which encompassed global leadership accountability for Westervelt Ecological Services, Westervelt Renewable Energy, and the company's recreation and agricultural assets in New Zealand. In her last years in this position with Westervelt, Alicia served as a Board Member of the U.S. Endowment.
Alicia received bachelor's degrees in Chemisty and Sociology from Thiel College in Greenville Pennsylvania. She also completed The Fuqua School Executive program at Duke University.