Randi Fisher is a philanthropist and social entrepreneur focused on the nexus of the environment, health, and sustainability. She is co-founder and trustee of the Pisces Foundation in San Francisco. The Foundation’s vision, “people and nature thriving together,” reflects Randi’s belief that awareness of the interconnectedness between people and nature is critical to our collective future. Randi is involved in the full range of the Foundation’s work with an emphasis on its environmental education program, which knows that when kids gain the environmental know-how they need to thrive in a rapidly changing world, we'll see smarter decisions, stronger communities, and daily actions that improve their well-being and our planet.
In addition to her work at the National Park Foundation, Randi serves in leadership positions at a range of nonprofit organizations focused on environmental stewardship and human well-being. She is a trustee of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and a co-founder and advisory council member of Ten Strands. Randi also provides strategic advice to the FOR-SITE Foundation. She played a central role in founding Blue Sky Funders Forum, designed to build philanthropic investment in the environmental education field; provided critical early support to ChangeScale, a collaborative of leading Bay Area science and education organizations; and served as a trustee of the California Academy of Sciences, where the Pisces Foundation’s support is catalyzing a global environmental literacy initiative.
Randi graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a Bachelor of Art degree in Fine Arts and Psychology. She received a Masters’ degree in Arts Administration from New York University. Randi is an avid fisher and hiker, with a lifelong devotion to the arts.