Lisa Rosenkranz, BSBA ’82, had a 20 plus year career in marketing and product development for diverse consumer goods and healthcare companies ranging from Procter & Gamble to Tupperware to Baxter Healthcare.  She received her MBA from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

She now dedicates her time to various philanthropic efforts focused on Jewish and educational causes, including serving as a mentor with Chicago Scholars for the past 5 years.  She also serves on the board of SketchPad, a start up co-working space, and is a founding member of the Chicago Giving Circle, a group of service-oriented families making meaningful contributions to Chicago-area nonprofits.  Her work with Wash U, in addition to the Alumni Board of Governors, includes being a member of the Chicago Regional cabinet and co-chairing numerous reunions.

Lisa’s husband, Jeff, graduated from WashU and has his own independent M&A advisory firm.  Their oldest son is also a WU alum having received both an undergraduate business degree and a Masters in Customer Analytics.