Lisa Flick Wilson currently serves as SEEA’s Vice President leading various mission critical initiatives, including organizational strategy, board engagement, fundraising and financial management, and strategic alliances. Recently, Lisa work to develop and evolve SEEA’s work focused on energy equity. Within this portfolio, Lisa collaborates with dozens of southeastern and national entities to align shared strategies to advance energy efficiency and broader energy efforts.
Prior to SEEA, Lisa helped launch the Civic Accelerator at Points of Light, an educational program and impact investment fund for enterprises that lifts up social entrepreneurs and help them successfully launch new civic ventures. Prior to this, she served as director of strategic partnerships for the Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, a public engagement firm that helped large nonprofits and communities more effectively engage communities in public issues. Prior to Harwood, Lisa served as a program officer in civic and philanthropic engagement with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. And before Kellogg, Lisa worked for ten years to start-up Hands On Network and in 2007 worked to merge it with Points of Light to create the largest volunteer organization in the world.
Lisa is a graduate of Emory University, the Coro Fellowship Program in Public Affairs, and a proud AmeriCorps Alum. She is a highly involved resident of southeast Atlanta, engaged in a number of civic activities and a few local and national boards. However, Lisa’s number one position is being the blessed mom of twin ten-year olds, Jake and Mia.