Lisa Rose brings over 17 years of experience in senior leadership roles in the philanthropic sector. Previously Lisa served as the founding CEO of the 1:1 Fund, an online children’s savings platform designed to support the college dreams of low-income children through matching donor contributions. She was formerly with The San Francisco Foundation, where she oversaw donor cultivation and stewardship for a portfolio of 450 high net-worth donors and $350 million in donor-advised funds. Before joining The San Francisco Foundation, Lisa served in senior management roles at nonprofits focused on education, arts and social justice. Lisa graduated from Mount Holyoke College with degrees in Philosophy and Critical Social Thought. She has studied several languages and traveled extensively throughout Europe, Asia and South America.
When not working, Lisa can be found chasing deer from her garden, sculpting, and playing chess with her beautiful son, Roman. There have been allegations that she continues to perfect “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” on her cello.
Marketing & Communications Associate
Nathan Dalton brings 8 years of experience in marketing and communications. Before joining PhotoPhilanthropy, he worked for the Peabody Award-winning Kitchen Sisters, producing radio stories for NPR including the Morning Edition series “Hidden Kitchens” and the Morning Edition and All Things Considered series “The Hidden World of Girls.” He was the multimedia producer for the KQED series, “The Making Of…” about what’s being made in the Bay Area and why, and produces stories for the Know Journal Podcast, a journal about life-long learning. He graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz with a degree in American Studies. He spent much of his youth touring the country playing music with a variety of bands but these days he can usually be found shooting short documentary films, baking bread, or shuffling through the farmers markets or library stacks of Berkeley, CA where he lives with his family.
Nadine Wolf is passionate about the intersection of human rights, development, and new media. She worked for United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Ibero-American New Journalism Foundation (FNPI) in Colombia, organizing capacity-building programs for journalists and spearheading a Latin-American network of media development organizations. She designed communication and community outreach strategies for various international nonprofits and business enterprises, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Purpose, and the Jordan Career Education Foundation. Nadine holds a degree in International Affairs from the Paris Institute of Political Science and a Master’s in Media, Culture, and Communication from New York University. You will spot her cruising around the city on her bike, exploring indie music and jazz jam sessions, or cooking dinner for friends.