Alissa has acted since she was seven years old and has appeared in over 30 stage productions, in addition to commercials, television shows, movies, and her work as a Ford model. Credits include: American Girls Revue (Molly/Kit/Kirsten: West Coast premiere), Parade (Mary Phagan: Los Angeles premiere), Bye Bye Birdie in concert (dir. Jason Alexander), Night of the Hunter (Clary: World premiere, dir. John Bowab), and Romeo and Juliet (Juliet: Francis Ford Coppola Winery). Alissa is also an accomplished vocalist and has won numerous vocal awards singing Broadway, Country, & Pop. In addition to performing, Alissa has worked as a leading national teen Alzheimer's advocate. Her work can be seen through HBO’s Emmy-winning documentary The Alzheimer’s Project, the TV show Young Icons, and her essay published in The Shriver Report and Alzheimer’s in America books. Currently, Alissa attends Duke University studying Visual & Media Studies, Markets & Management, and Theater Studies.
Run of Parade starts at Duke University.
Spring concert of Duke's award-winning all-female a cappella group Dejá Blue