Pittsburgh Opera Announces New Board Member Alice Gelormino
Pittsburgh Opera proudly announces that Alice (Ali) Gelormino has joined its Board of Directors.
Alice (Ali) Gelormino
Ms. Gelormino brings thirty‐five years of experience as a leader, organizer, and teacher in public education plus a passion and commitment to music and the arts.
As an educator, she was recognized for her active role in mentoring and contributing to the achievements of her students.
A fixture in Pittsburgh’s cultural scene, Ms. Gelormino takes her extended family and friends to as many cultural attractions as she can fit into their schedules.
Ms. Gelormino is a vigorous presence in numerous philanthropic organizations. She serves on the boards of the Music and More Foundation and the Pittsburgh chapter of Save Our Symphony (S.O.S.). In addition to supporting Pittsburgh Opera for years, she also supports the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, Trypo, and 412 Food Rescue among many others.
“We are proud and delighted that Ali has joined our Board,” said Pittsburgh Opera Board Chair Michele Fabrizi. “She is a busy woman who goes all-in. Her passion is contagious, and we know that means great things for Pittsburgh Opera.”
Combining her love of travel with her pride as an ambassador of the city of Pittsburgh, Ms. Gelormino volunteered in the 2006 and 2010 Olympics, and carried the Olympic torch in 2002. She has run 52 marathons, and enjoys practicing the piano, playing pickleball, managing her duties with her condo association, attending yoga retreats, and polishing her Italian.