Elizabeth Dreicer

Alliance Healthcare Foundation

Elizabeth is the Interim Executive Director of Alliance Healthcare Foundation and Board Chair on leave. Elizabeth is a humanitarian, environmentalist, conservationist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. Her professional and personal life are devoted to seeing, sharing, and developing solutions to creating a better world, including reforming systems. She is a builder—of teams, organizations, coalitions and systems. Elizabeth ‘s career includes founding and leading data science, machine learning, medical analytics, healthcare technology services, financial management, community health, managed healthcare, medical group purchasing, and healthcare publishing organizations. Board roles include enterprise, social enterprise, foundation, nonprofit, and public/private partnership organizations. Her experience spans product and professional services start-ups through sale. Elizabeth received her Bachelors of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from Pennsylvania State University. She is also a graduate of Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine (previously FutureMed) Executive Program and Extreme Leadership Executive Programs. As Trustee (on leave) of the Alliance Healthcare Foundation (AHF), she is the Board Chair and member of the Program Committee, Finance/Investment Committee (where she is past Chair), and the Program Related Investment (Impact Investing) Committee. Further, Elizabeth has served on nonprofit boards, including 211 San Diego and Just in Time for Foster Youth (where she was a founding member). She is also a member and Co-Director of E2 (environmental entrepreneurs) San Diego, a national nonpartisan business leader group affiliated with NRDC (National Resource Defense Coalition) that advocates for good economic and environmental policies. Dreicer is a Board member of the San Diego Exploratory Foundation, working to bring the American National Olympic Committee ANOC World Beach Games to San Diego. Finally, she is involved in a couple of film projects, a venture fund project and efforts to advance positive capitalism.