Alexa Hall is the Program Fellow in the Performing Arts Program at the Hewlett Foundation. In her role as a fellow, she focuses on deepening the reach and impact of Performing Arts funding and developing public awareness of the 50 year history of the Hewlett Foundation.
Earlier in her career, Alexa served in a range of arts administration roles at organizations including the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Tribeca Film Festival and the Oakland Museum of California.
A California native interested in visual and performing arts, urban planning, culture and travel, Alexa is committed to creating access for new audiences to develop and be inspired through the arts. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Intermedia Arts from Mills College, and a Master’s Degree in Arts and Cultural Management from Pratt Institute.