Lisa (she/her) serves as RSSC’s Deputy Director, building relationships and working with partners across RSSC’s result areas, including the South Stockton Promise Zone (SSPZ) and Accountable Communities for Health, and helps manage the organization’s affordable housing policy advocacy work.
Lisa’s programmatic and fundraising expertise at nonprofits are fundamental to her current role at RSSC. Prior to this, Lisa served as National Strategic Initiatives Program Officer at the Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF), a nonprofit community development financial institution that offers capital to increase affordable housing, child care, health clinics, fresh foods, and other amenities that make up a vibrant community. At LIIF, Lisa worked with community partners and national funders to advance place-based, community-driven neighborhood revitalization.
Lisa earned her Bachelor’s degree in Childhood Education from New York University and Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management from The New School in New York. She lives with her husband, two sons, and Spice the cat. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, listening to music, and reading.