Lisa S. Pritzker

Lisa S. Pritzker

Founder & Chair, LSP Family Foundation

Lisa Stone Pritzker is the founder and chair of the LSP Family Foundation, and an advocate for health, equity, and prosperity for all. Lisa started the Foundation to advance systems-changing organizations that address mental health and shape public consciousness about emotional wellbeing, advance Jewish engagement in humanitarian efforts, and high-impact initiatives that improve the quality of life for all. Her volunteer and philanthropic work focuses on children’s and women’s health, arts and civic life, and Jewish causes, nationally and internationally.

Lisa is an impact multiplier, connecting trailblazers with national resources and each other. She serves on the Board of Directors of The Jewish Funders Network, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, All Chicago Making Homelessness History, and on the advisory board for the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine. Lisa recently served on the University of California San Francisco board of Directors, where she was instrumental in the creation of the UCSF Department of Psychiatry’s Child, Teen, and Family Center.

Lisa has been involved for decades with Jewish Vocational Services, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and its Foundation, as well as the Alonzo King LINES Ballet.

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