Lisa G. Hall
Chief Lending Officer, Calvert Foundation
Lisa Hall is the Chief Lending Officer for Calvert Foundation, whose mission is to maximize the flow of capital to communities in need in order to foster a more equitable and sustainable society. Lisa manages a team of 10 investment professionals and a $165 million portfolio of loans and investments to more than 200 domestic community loan funds, social enterprises and international micro-finance institutions. Lisa joined Calvert Foundation in 1995 and is a member of the senior management team, helping to shape and implement Calvert Foundation’s fundraising initiatives, strategic planning and marketing efforts. Lisa previously served as a credit officer for the American Communities Fund in the Housing and Community Development Division of Fannie Mae Corporation, where she held numerous positions over a 7 year period. Lisa also worked in the Clinton Administration at the National Economic Council as a Senior Policy Advisor covering community development issues. Lisa has held various positions in real estate and community development finance with the Enterprise Foundation and JP Morgan Chase (previously Chemical Bank). She holds a Bachelors of Science in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard University. Lisa currently resides in the Woodridge neighborhood of Washington, DC with her husband and young daughter. She serves on the boards of the Cultural Development Corporation, Open Door Housing Fund, and the Fair Mortgage Collaborative. She is also member of the Advisory Council for CARS (the CDFI Assessment Rating System).