Lisa Pigott Anderson has served as a partner, advisor, and contributor to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Conservation International, the American Leprosy Mission, the International Leadership Academy of Ethiopia, and Shared Hope International over the past ten years. As an incoming member of PATH’s board of directors, she brings over two decades of hands-on and executive leadership experience in volunteer work, charitable foundations, and NGOs.
Ms. Anderson founded a Seattle Children’s Hospital Guild, raising funds for the hospital’s uncompensated care program. Her current and past board experience includes President of the Moccasin Lake Foundation, President of the Norcliffe Foundation, Leadership Council member for Conservation International, and board member for Friends of UNFPA. She was also a World Affairs Fellow in 2018.
Ms. Anderson earned her Bachelor of Arts in French from Stanford University.