Alisa was born and raised in Philadelphia. In 2015, she graduated from Arcadia University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish. During her time in college, she was a member of Sigma Delta Pi (the Spanish National Honor Society), the academic Honors Program, and university choir.
Alisa then began her studies at the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, earning her Juris Doctorate in May 2019. While in law school, she competed for two years on the university’s nationally recognized trial team, where she won first place in the 2019 AAJ Regional Competition. Her team went on to place 6th in the country at the 2019 AAJ National Competition. Alisa also taught Constitutional Law to junior and senior high school students for one year as part of the Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project.
During the spring semester of her second year at law school, Alisa found Wheeler, DiUlio & Barnabei, P.C. through Drexel’s Co-op Program. After the semester ended, she was hired as an intern to work throughout the summer and her final year of school.
When Alisa is not in the office, most of her time goes to her passion for the arts. She performed in numerous musical theater productions in high school and college, and she loves to paint, draw, and write poetry. She is also a singer-songwriter and is always working on new musical projects.