Lisa Guide "is an associate director at the Rockefeller Family Fund (RFF), which supports advocacy in such areas as environmental protection, advancing the economic rights of women, and helping citizens hold public and private institutions accountable for their actions. The RFF is best known for its creative and leveraged grantmaking, its role as a catalyst in both the nonprofit and funding communities and its record of public policy innovation. The RFF was incorporated in 1967 by Martha, John, Laurance, Nelson and David Rockefeller, with members of the Rockefeller Family serving on its board of trustees. At present, the RFF has four program areas: Citizen Participation and Government Accountability, Economic Justice for Women, Environment and Institutional Responsiveness." 
- Director, Public Interest Projects
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- Directors, Public Interest Projects, accessed August 10, 2008.