Lisa Goodman is a highly successful corporate executive, entrepreneur and board director. With over 30 years of history in complex, capital intensive sectors, her industry experience spans technology, health care, retail, financial services, commercial real estate, and hospitality industries. She is an adept strategist and customer engagement expert, recognized for critical thinking and sound business insights. Ms. Goodman is currently on the executive team of The Benaroya Company, a prominent commercial real estate company that finances, develops and manages projects for a wide range of global and regional companies. She created, scaled and sold Service Intelligence Inc., a multi-million dollar company, with a stable of Fortune 100 clients including Starbucks, Expedia, Bank of America, Verizon, Wells Fargo, Starwood Hotels and Resorts, E*Trade, Office Depot, Microsoft and GE to name a few.
Ms. Goodman brings an unyielding commitment to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion through her professional and philanthropic work, and involvement in the arts. She has been a respected arts advocate and activist collector of African diaspora and Latinx artwork for three decades with a focus on social justice and gender. The Collection loans countless works annually to museums around the world. For her work, Ms. Goodman has been featured in recognized media outlets such as Geekwire, The Huffington Post, CIO Review, Puget Sound Business Journal and ArtNews. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers University, and has completed executive social impact and corporate governance programs at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at University of Washington, and OnBoarding Women. She lives in Bellevue, Washington.