Alison DaRosa is a journalist to the core. During a 30-year career at the San Diego Union-Tribune, she covered everything from fashion to national politics, wrote a must-read city column and was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize for news reporting. While at the paper, she also worked as a stringer covering Southern California for The New York Times and wrote a monthly column for National Fisherman.
A native San Diegan, Alison earned a BA degree in Journalism from San Diego State University. She is a graduate of LEAD San Diego, a yearlong program aimed at developing local leaders. She serves as a trustee on the board of the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation.