Vice President of Development, REED Foundation for Autism; Director of Sales, Greens Do Good
As Vice President of Development for the REED Foundation for Autism, Lisa Goldstein oversees the organization’s efforts to reach its fundraising goals across various disciplines, including major gifts, corporate donations, and grant solicitations. She also manages the planning and execution of all fundraising events and initiatives. Lisa joined REED in 2011 and was a founding member of the REED Foundation for Autism.
Lisa is also the Director of Sales for Greens Do Good, our hydroponic, vertical farm in Hackensack, New Jersey, that provides meaningful employment and job training for teens and adults with autism. She is responsible for cultivating relationships with restaurants, country clubs, markets, and foodservice providers.
Earlier in her career, Lisa worked as a buyer for Belk Stores and Bloomingdale’s flagship store in NYC. During her tenure at Bloomingdales, she opened its first store in Miami at The Falls, a luxury shopping and entertainment center. Lisa was part of the sales force team at Liz Claiborne, and a buyer for the Indonesian government at its premier showcase store in NYC. Lisa also served on the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Committee for Young Artists and has a Bachelor of Business Administration from Emory University.
Lisa is passionate about discovering new possibilities that enhance the lives of individuals with autism.