Lisa G. Rosenbloom is a community organizer, volunteer, wife, and mother residing in San Antonio, Texas. After being raised in Corpus Christi, Houston, and San Antonio, she received a Bachelor of Science in Textiles and Clothing from The University of Texas in 1987. After a seven-year career in the executive program at Neiman Marcus, she relocated in 1995 to New York, NY during her husband Jeffrey’s residency at Columbia-Presbyterian in Otolaryngology. In 1999, Lisa, along with her husband and four children relocated to San Antonio to be closer to family. With her return to South Texas, she became involved in the community, creating a junior board at the Witte Museum, the Witte Society. Continuing her leadership with the Witte Museum, Lisa served on the Witte’s at-large board from 2006 until 2012. In 2003, her family created The Greehey Family Foundation, where she continues to serve as a board member.
Additionally, she served two terms as a trustee where her children attended school at Saint Mary’s Hall from 2011 until 2017. Further, Lisa has been a board member for National Charity League (2012-2014), a mother-daughter volunteer organization. In her free time Lisa enjoys taking care of her extended family, being physically active as well as being a member of various clubs and organizations.