Anna Alemán is the Fund Development Director of the Paso del Norte Foundation. Alemán leads efforts to promote giving in the tri-state, binational Paso del Norte Region through strategic fund development, forging key relationships and advocacy to support nonprofit organizations and their respective projects to bring positive change for the region via solutions that are community based.
A professional since 1993, Alemán has extensive experience in healthcare marketing and public relations having worked for a county hospital, a private/non-profit health organization, a network of hospitals that forms part of a publicly traded chain and an organization that oversaw bi- national health issues with a focus on epidemiology and maternal/child health.
She holds a Master of Arts degree in Public Administration from Bernard M. Baruch College in New York City and is a National Urban Fellow. Alemán received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and a minor in English Literature from the University of Texas at El Paso and is a native El Pasoan. She and her husband share a love as art collectors. Their greatest thrill and adventure, though, is found witnessing the life of their ten-year old son, Camilo.