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Mission Measurement is thrilled to announce that Lisa Nitze will be joining us as a Managing Director in our Washington, DC office. Lisa brings 25 years of experience consulting with leading corporations, nonprofits, foundations and government agencies, including the White House Office on Social Innovation, the U.S. Department of State, the Clinton Global Initiative and Goodwill Industries, among others.
As a Managing Director, Lisa will oversee client engagements with a portfolio of international aid, federal and state government offices and agencies, national nonprofits and corporations. Her expertise in developing triple-bottom-line strategies and her experience working closely with some of the most innovative social entrepreneurs will be a tremendous asset to Mission Measurement’s DC team.
Most recently, Lisa served as the President and CEO of the largest membership network of social enterprises in North America—the Social Enterprise Alliance. Prior to that, she served as Vice-President of the Global Engagement Team at Ashoka, where she worked with a global team of employees to develop products and services to engage corporations, foundations, and philanthropists in supporting leading social entrepreneurs.
Throughout her career, Lisa has worked with an array of stakeholders across the public and private sectors, including: The White House Office on Social Innovation; Inter-America Development Bank; U.S. Department of State; the States of New Jersey and Maryland; the cities of Denver, Jersey City, Newark and Camden; Citigroup; The Clinton Global Initiative; Goodwill Industries International; Goldman Sachs Foundation; NISH; UPS Foundation; Western Union Foundation; and General Electric Foundation.
Lisa is currently a trustee for The American University of Cairo and for United Hands for Health. She is a Speaker Specialist on social entrepreneurship for the U.S. State Department Office of International Information, having done speaking tours in India, Africa and Latin America, and is a mentor in the U.S. Department of State’s Pathways for Progress Program for women business entrepreneurs. Lisa holds an M.B.A. from Stanford University, a B.A. from Harvard University and is a graduate of the Leadership New Jersey Program.