Marjie Alloy

Marjie Alloy earned her B.S. in Psychology from Tulane University and her Juris Doctor from The American University Washington College of Law. Marjie practiced law at Reed Smith for 8 years, after which she exited the workforce to raise her three children. For many years Marjie was a volunteer and a Parents Association President and board member at her children’s schools.

Marjie has been an involved volunteer at Women Giving Back since 2010. She previously served on the board of directors and advisory board of directors of Jewish Social Service Agency. Marjie has volunteered for Fairfax CASA as a Court Appointed Special Advocate, which is a role to provide services and support to abused and neglected children with family court cases. She currently is a CASA Board Member.

Marjie is active philanthropically, serving as President of the Alloy Family Foundation. The Alloy Family Foundation is focused on supporting charitable organizations that provide services and support to those most in need, primarily in the Northern Virginia community. Its strategic focus areas are homelessness, social services, hunger, health care and educational access and readiness. In addition, the Alloy Family Foundation supports high quality national and global organizations in those areas, as well as supporting medical research and the arts.

Marjie and her husband, Steve, live in Vienna. Marjie loves spending time with her family, traveling and playing tennis and pickle ball.