Lisa Dyas

Chief Development Officer at Rubicon Programs Inc

Lisa Dyas

Lisa Dyas

Chief Development Officer at Rubicon Programs Inc

Biography

Lisa joined Rubicon Programs in October 2015 and provides vision and strategy for Rubicon’s development activities. Prior to Rubicon, Lisa was the Director of Development at Alameda Point Collaborative where she managed the fundraising and volunteer programs to benefit the agency’s supportive housing community of East Bay families transitioning out of homelessness. Prior to APC, Lisa worked at Compass Family Services in San Francisco, a nonprofit organization that provides a continuum of services to homeless and low-income families. At Compass, she served in a variety of leadership positions in both direct client services and fund development. Her earlier career included corporate retail operations, and photography for news outlets and private clients. Lisa received her BA degree from Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, and MBA from St. Mary’s College of California. She has also completed extensive post-baccalaureate coursework in journalism, with an emphasis in photojournalism, at San Francisco State University.

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Director of Human Resources at Rubicon Programs Inc

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President at Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond

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Director at Rubicon Programs Inc

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Vice Chair at Rubicon Programs Inc

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Board Member at Rubicon Programs Inc

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Board Member at Rubicon Programs Inc

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Board Member at Rubicon Programs Inc

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Board Member at Rubicon Programs Inc

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Chief Financial & Administrative Officer at The Roberts Enterprise Development Fund

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Director Landscape Serv at Rubicon Programs Inc

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Chief Development Officer at Rubicon Programs Inc
Education
BA

Bryn Mawr is one of the world's most distinctive, distinguished colleges. Every year 1,300 undergraduate women and 400 graduate students from around the world gather on the College's historic campus to study with leading scholars, conduct advanced research, and expand the boundaries of what's possible.

Post-Baccalaureate Coursework in Journalism with an Emphasis in Photojournalism

San Francisco State University was established in 1899 as a teacher-training school. SF State has been known for its commitment to excellent teaching. Students work closely with senior professors and other instructors from freshman year through graduation. Trained in some of the finest institutions in the world, faculty members include winners of prestigious teaching awards, cutting-edge researchers, and professionals devoted to solving community problems.

Career History
Chief Development Officer
2015 - Current

To transform East Bay communities by equipping people to break the cycle of poverty.

Director of Development
Prior

APC IS WORKING TO END HOMELESSNESS BY PROVIDING HOUSING AND SUPPORTIVE SERVICES TO CREATE COMMUNITIES WHERE FORMERLY HOMELESS FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS CAN FLOURISH.

Client Services
Prior

COMPASS FAMILY SERVICES HELPS HOMELESS FAMILIES AND THOSE AT IMMINENT RISK TO ACHIEVE HOUSING STABILITY, ECONOMIC SELF-SUFFICIENCY, AND WELL-BEING.

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