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CEO & President

Alyssa Goduti

CEO and President

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Alyssa Goduti is the President and CEO of the CT Council of Family Service Agencies. Alyssa has recognized experience in public policy, business development, media relations and management. In her role at CCFSA, Alyssa represents the Council with state agency and legislative branch officials, serves as an advocate for public policy initiatives that help strengthen CT’s families and helps maximize the Council’s capacity for collaboration and innovation in the delivery of high quality community services.  Alyssa is also an adjunct Professor with UConn's Department of Public Policy, teaching in the Nonprofit Leadership Program.

Before joining the CCFSA team in 2014, Alyssa served as the Vice President for Business Development and Communications at Community Health Resources where she created and implemented a strategic marketing/ communications plan and implemented business development initiatives, helping the agency expand its size, scope and visibility. Prior to her role at CHR, Alyssa worked at Connecticut Community Providers Association (CCPA), a state-wide trade association of human service providers, serving as the Vice President for Public Policy. While at CCPA, Alyssa managed a state-wide media/public relations campaign, advocated with state agency commissioners and served as a state lobbyist.

Alyssa acquired her Master’s in Public Administration degree from the University of Connecticut and was honored with their Karl Bosworth award for academic excellence and David Walker award for public service. She received her undergraduate degree at Providence College in political science and worked in various positions in the Rhode Island legislative and executive branches. Alyssa was honored as one of the Hartford Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 in 2013 and is a 2014 graduate of Leadership Greater Hartford’s Quest Program.