Lisa S. Pritzker
Lisa S. Pritzker is a passionate advocate for the health, education, and emotional well-being of children and teens, particularly from vulnerable populations. She is a committed supporter of Jewish life and Israel, and deeply devoted to the arts and civic life.
Lisa is Founder and Chair of the LSP Family Foundation, which helps create healthy, thriving, and empowered communities.
A Chicago native, Lisa has called the San Francisco Bay Area home since 1984. She serves on a variety of committees and boards, including the Board of Overseers for the University of California at San Francisco; Board of Trustees of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Board of All Chicago Making Homelessness History; and the Advisory Board for the Osher Center at UCSF. She is also on the National Advisory Council of Futures Without Violence, and the Leadership Council for Peer Health Exchange. She is deeply involved in community building and civic life and has long supported the Alonzo King LINES Ballet.
Lisa received her B.A. from the University of Wisconsin at Madison in dance therapy and holds an MNA from the University of San Francisco. In 2011, The California Institute for Integral Studies recognized Lisa’s commitment to children’s health by awarding her an honorary doctorate.
Lisa is the mother of three sons.