Susan Lewis Solomont
Susan Lewis Solomont "is a Senior Fellow at The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI), a not-for-profit consulting firm that advises individuals, family foundations and corporations on how to design philanthropy programs that create meaning and impact. Prior to joining TPI, Susan had an independent consulting company which worked with numerous corporate clients and not-for-profit organizations, helping them with governance, corporate giving programs and capacity building strategies.
"Susan worked for 18 years at WGBH as the Director of Corporate Development where she successfully raised funds for WGBH’s premier TV and radio programs, raising more than $35 million annually from local and national companies.
"Susan is an active trustee on many boards and most recently served as Chair of the Board of the New England Aquarium. She is currently the Co-chair of the Women's Health Initiative at Boston Medical Center, and also serves on the boards of Newton-Wellesley Hospital, the Citi Performing Arts Center (formerly the Wang Center), The Commonwealth Institute, the Friday Forum, WGBH Board of Overseers, Boston Jewish Community Women's Fund and Temple Beth Elohim. At Temple Beth Elohim, Susan is playing a leading role with their efforts to build a new synagogue.
"Susan earned a Bachelor of Science degree at Cornell University and a Masters of Education degree at Tufts University." 
She is married to Alan D. Solomont.