Alisa Mall (Bronfman ’94) is the Carnegie Corporation’s director of investments, primarily responsible for the management of the Corporation’s real estate and natural resources portfolios, which represent ~15% of the philanthropic foundation’s $3.6 billion endowment. She also works on absolute return and inflation-linked strategies.
Prior to joining the Corporation, she was a director in the Equity Capital Markets group at Tishman Speyer, working with institutional and private investors in connection with its real estate funds. Previously, Alisa, an attorney, was with the San Francisco office of Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, with a general real estate and real estate finance practice. She serves on the board of Breakthrough New York and the Pension Real Estate Association (PREA). Alisa also currently serves on the PREA Institutional Investor Council and the Advisory Board Declaration Partners, a family office. She is a member of WX and the New York Private Equity Network–Real Estate Women’s Committee. She graduated magna cum laude from Yale College with an honors degree in political science and received her JD from Stanford Law School.