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Alyssa Kopf

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Alyssa Kopf has 20+ years of experience refining the business of philanthropy and capitalizing on opportunities to “do good” even better. Along with direct service in 501(c)(3) organizations, she has served on multiple boards of directors and nonprofit finance committees. Her consulting firm, A+ Insight, bridges the gap between inspiration and implementation.


Alyssa earned her B.A. in History from the University of Washington and her MBA from the University of Denver.

Professional Background

Alyssa is the founding principal of A+ Insight, a consulting firm specializing in implementing operations strategy with a racial equity lens. Previously, Alyssa served as the Chief Operating Officer of The Denver Foundation. During a seven-year period of rapid financial growth, Alyssa led functional areas including operations, communications, information technology, human resources, and facilities.

Prior to joining The Denver Foundation, Alyssa was the CEO of Community Shares of Colorado, a grassroots community giving fund. During her time at Community Shares, the organization increased philanthropic giving by 400%. Aligned with Alyssa’s values-centered leadership, the organization was awarded the 2015 BBB Torch Award for Marketplace Trust from the Better Business Bureau Serving Denver and Boulder in the Small Nonprofit category. At a pivotal time for the industry, Alyssa served as chair of the National Alliance for Choice in Giving’s Technology Task Force and helped develop multiple platforms for online philanthropy used across the country.

Alyssa has volunteered on the Board of Directors and Finance Committees for several organizations, including One Colorado, One Colorado Education Fund, Mi Casa, The Gathering Place, and Philanthropy Colorado.

Teaching Philosophy

Starting at a grassroots organization and later working at a large institution, Alyssa understands how structural power and privilege influence pathways to success in the nonprofit sector. Serving as a teacher and mentor is an opportunity for Alyssa to share knowledge and skills to help leaders navigate the systems of the sector so they can increase access to justice and equity.