198: The Philanthropy Revolution – Author Interview

Our host Kariesha Martinez interviews Lisa Greer, entrepreneur and author of PHILANTHROPY REVOLUTION: How To Inspire Donors, Build Relationships, And Make A Difference

The largest wealth transfer in the history of mankind and world crises is creating an existential threat to the 1.5 million nonprofits in the United States. In her book, Lisa Greer provides practical, urgent guidance on how to cultivate meaningful, lasting relationships with the new generation of philanthropists to not only survive but thrive.

About Lisa Greer

Lisa Zola Greer is an entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist who has managed her family’s giving for the last decade. She has served on dozens of boards and commissions, including the Beverly Hills Cultural Heritage Commission, the international board of the New Israel Fund, the Make-a-Wish Foundation, and the Los Angeles District Attorney Crime Prevention Foundation.

Greer also founded two healthcare-related companies and a strategic advisory firm specializing in digital media and entertainment. As a Hollywood studio executive, she managed the online businesses at NBC and Universal Studios, while also launching pioneering ventures into music webcasting. Greer is a mother of five and lives with her husband Joshua and their two youngest children in Los Angeles.