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LEWISBURG, WV -

Alissa Novoselick has been hired by the historic Carnegie Hall as its new director of development. 

Novoselick joined the staff on Dec. 18, after working as the business and grants director at The Family Refuge Center. 

Novoselick earned her bachelor's in English from the University of Michigan. After finishing her degree, Novoselick moved to rural Arizona and taught high school, where she was named First Year Teacher of the Year.

She went on to complete her MBA from Antioch University New England, focusing her studies on non-profit finance and organizational sustainability.