Lisa Talma is the Vice President of Philanthropic Initiatives at Deutsche Bank and manages the bank’s U.S. community development philanthropy. She represents the bank on multiple funder collaboratives focusing on youth and family homelessness, neighborhood planning and community development. Prior to joining the bank in 2019, Lisa served as the Assistant Commissioner of Property Disposition and Finance at the NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development where she was responsible for the disposition of city-owned property and the financing of preservation and repair programs. Lisa also worked in asset management and construction lending for LIHTC investments at Enterprise Community Partners. Lisa holds a BA in Urban Studies from Stanford University and a Masters in Urban Planning from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.
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