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Alia Tutor is a prominent businesswoman, and philanthropist who leads numerous successful private enterprises and is President of the Alia Tutor Family Foundation.

A proud member of the Board of Directors for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) and the CHLA Foundation Board of Trustees, Ms. Tutor endowed CHLA’s Global Online Pediatric Subspecialty Training Program, a comprehensive telehealth and education platform that facilitates advanced pediatric training for doctors and nurses on the frontlines of providing care abroad. She is also an inaugural member of the USC Keck School of Medicine Board of Councilors where she established a Chair fostering groundbreaking research.

Ms. Tutor received her J.D. from Columbia Law School, achieving academic recognition as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. She presently serves on the Columbia Law School Dean’s Council, working in an advisory capacity for strategic planning and development centering on important issues in legal education. Ms. Tutor is also a member of the President’s Leadership Council at the University of Southern California.

In 2024, Ms. Tutor was presented with Columbia Law School’s most prestigious award, the Medal for Excellence, for her dynamic and sustained support of the University and the School of Law. Among her many contributions, the Alia Tutor Family Foundation made the largest single commitment in the Law School’s history, a transformational gift spearheading a reimagined and renamed Alia Tutor Law Library, due to open in 2025. Ms. Tutor also endowed the Sidney J. Feltenstein 1926 Scholarship Fund.

A passionate supporter of the arts, Ms. Tutor is a member of the Board of Directors of the Aspen Music Festival and School. She is also a former member of the Los Angeles Ballet (LAB) Board of Directors and was recently honored with LAB’s Angel Award for “extraordinary contributions…to LAB and the city of Los Angeles.”