Lisa Shpritz

Senior Vice President, Environmental Operations Executive, Bank of America

Lisa Shpritz is a LEED Accredited Professional and a Senior Vice President in the Global Environmental Group (GEG), which is responsible for BofA’s global environmental sustainability strategy, including business activities, operational initiatives, employee programs, public and corporate policy, and philanthropic and other sustainable investments. The GEG works across the company to steward BofA’s $1 trillion (2007-2030) Environmental Business Initiative to address climate change and reduce demands on natural resources. She works to achieve BofA’s 2030 environmental operations and supply chain goals, including maintaining carbon neutrality. The company’s 2030 environmental targets are central to BofA’s Net Zero before 2050 goal.

Lisa holds a master’s degree in environmental management from the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University in the program of chemistry, toxicology and risk assessment, a MBA from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School with concentrations in real estate and sustainable enterprise and a BA in Biology from Cornell University.