CYNTHIA EISENBERG became involved with WWF over 20 years ago, after a trip to Africa showcased their work. Since 2003, she has been actively engaged in WWF’s Northern Great Plains restoration project, our nation’s largest restoration project in the lower 48 states. Eisenberg currently serves on NGP’s Leadership Committee, playing an integral role helping to restore large sections of prairie to environmental integrity as documented by Lewis and Clark 200 years ago. To date, Eisenberg has visited NPG’s primary project sites multiple times and extensively explored other areas of the ecosystem. She has also held board positions with several highly respected nonprofit organizations. In 2017, Eisenberg joined Golden Gate University’s (GGU) board of trustees and was elected secretary in 2019; she chairs the Committee on Trustees, is a member of the Executive Committee, and serves on the Student Experience Committee, which oversees many of GGU’s differentiators, including academic excellence, services outside of the classroom, graduation, and job placement. GGU takes great pride in its 100-plus year history of expanding access to higher education. In 2018, GGU was ranked as the nation’s #1 Four Year College for Adult Learners by Washington Monthly for the third consecutive year. In 2005, Eisenberg joined International Women’s Forum Northern California (IWF NorCal), and in 2018 was elected board member, chairing the Member Engagement Committee. She also served as vice president of the Legacy Foundation, completed terms as secretary and president for IWF NorCal, and is actively engaged in the IWF Global Network. Eisenberg had a successful career in management consulting and public accounting, with 15 years at Arthur Andersen. There, she developed leading edge practices and business units. She was one of the first women at Arthur Andersen to achieve partnership. She also cofounded and is active in Community Bank Investors, a specialized investment fund. She has a Master’s degree in taxation and is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive).