Elizabeth Dreicer is a humanitarian, environmentalist, conservationist, philanthropist, activist and entrepreneur. She is co-founder and investor in software, data, analytics, film/story and impact organizations. 

Her professional and personal life is devoted to seeing, sharing, and developing solutions to creating a better world, including reforming systems. 

Elizabeth is a creative leader and builder—of relationships, teams, organizations, coalitions, and systems. Her management and board experience spans enterprise, social enterprise, nonprofits, public/private partnerships and foundations; start-ups, transformations, scaling (including roll ups) through sale.

Over 25 years ago, Elizabeth perceived that the internet would provide a new substrate to facilitate collective intelligence. Since then, she’s worked to advance solutions that make use of this collectivity to modern challenges—in medicine, medical research, healthcare, and finance, to name a few. Elizabeth’s passion lies in leading teams creating organizations and systems that improve lives and society. 

Since 2006, Elizabeth has been leading Kuity, a data, data science and product development (startup studio) company. Through this role, she is a co-founder of Consuli and Nobil along with other emergent Kuity projects.

Elizabeth is also a seasoned corporate governance executive and board member. As Trustee of the Alliance Healthcare Foundation (AHF) and previous Board Chair, Dreicer is a member of the Nominating and Governance Committee, Program Committee, Finance/Investment Committee (where she is presently Vice Chair and immediate past Chair), and the Impact Investing Committee. 

She is a member and Co-Director of the E2 (environmental entrepreneurs) San Diego chapter, a national nonpartisan business leader group affiliated with NRDC (National Resource Defense Coalition) that advocates for good economic and environmental policies. Elizabeth is also part of Singularity University San Diego Chapter leadership (2019 – Present). Further, she is involved in a number of efforts to evolve stakeholder capitalism and future design initiatives. 

Additionally, Elizabeth has served on numerous nonprofit boards, including, 211 San Diego and Just in Time for Foster Youth (where she was a founding member), previous Board member of the San Diego Exploratory Foundation, working to bring the American National Olympic Committee World Beach Games to San Diego, to name a few. 

Dreicer received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from Pennsylvania State University. She is also a graduate of Singularity University’s Executive Programs and Extreme Leadership Institute’s Executive Programs. A consummate student and lifelong learner, Elizabeth’s interests span all of the above plus cosmology (how the universe works), philanthropy (individual, groups and organizations), and indigenous wisdom broadly and specifically–diversity, equity, inclusion and collectivity.

In all, Elizabeth is devoted to bridging and developing systems and solutions to improve life.

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