Lisa Greer, an active philanthropist, investor and entrepreneur, spent most of her career in executive leadership roles with both major corporations and start-up businesses. She was the founder of Beverly Hills Egg Donation, an agency that continues to help people throughout the world become parents through the power of cutting-edge, assisted reproductive technology. Previously, Ms. Greer founded and served as managing partner of Media Venture Advisors, a management consulting and strategic advisory firm, specializing in digital media and entertainment ventures. Earlier in her career, Lisa oversaw the development of the online and related business divisions at NBC, Universal Studios, and Spencer Gifts, while also launching pioneering ventures into music webcasting. Lisa is an advisor to the Union of Reform Judaism’s Campaign for Youth Engagement, and a previous Board member of the L.A. District Attorney’s Crime Prevention Foundation. She serves the City of Beverly Hills as a commissioner of its Cultural Heritage Commission, and she is an active Board member of the Make-a-Wish Foundation of Greater Los Angeles, the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles, and the Cedars-Sinai Board of Governors. Lisa and her husband, Joshua, endowed the first-ever chair in IBD Genetics at Cedars-Sinai Hospital, and they are active donors to many organizations. Lisa holds a bachelor's degree from UCLA and an MBA from Pepperdine University. She lives in Beverly Hills with her husband and five children.
I have enjoyed working with The Foundation leadership to organize and manage my philanthropic activities and deepen my impact. I am excited to build on these relationships, and to exchange insights as a member of the Board of Trustees.
- Management, marketing and business strategy
- Lay leadership
Community Leadership Summary:
- Foundation trustee
- President, Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills
- Commissioner, City of Beverly Hills Cultural Heritage Commission
- Board member, Make-a-Wish Foundation of Greater Los Angeles
- Founder of the first-ever endowed Chair in IBD Genetics at Cedars-Sinai Hospital