Lisa Ratcliff Rejoins Connecticut ADL as Development Director
Date: July 29, 2013
Lisa Ratcliff recently rejoined the Anti-Defamation League's Connecticut office in the capacity of Development Director. This is her second stint in that role. She previously served as the Director of Development from 1999 to 2005, when she went by the name of Lisa Bigman. Prior to her first turn in that role, she also served as the Confronting Anti-Semitism Coordinator and an A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® trainer.
"ADL's mission has always been my passion," said Ratcliff. "I strongly believe in the work that we do, and we're a unique organization in that we secure justice and fair treatment for all, and we deliver on that mission on so many levels: education, legislation and advocacy work. I'm really excited to be back."
During her time away from ADL, Ratcliff served as the Director of Strategic Alliances for Boundless Playgrounds, a now-defunct national organization that built playgrounds for children of all abilities. She also served as Executive Director for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's North Central Connecticut/Western Massachusetts office.
"We're thrilled to have Lisa rejoin us," said ADL Connecticut Regional Director Gary Jones. "She cares deeply about ADL and its mission, and we know that she can do this job at a high level because we've seen her do it before."