Lisa Korbatov previously served as a Governing Board Member of the Beverly Hills School Board from 2009-2018 and was twice elected as the President of the Board.
Lisa has been active in leadership roles including a seat on the Board of the Downtown Property Owners Association, in the Los Angeles Fashion District. She also served as a Board Member of the Israel Grants Fund and a Trustee of the Jewish Community Foundation and a Senate Club Member of the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
In addition, Lisa was appointed by Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich to serve as a Los Angeles County Commissioner on the Quality and Productivity Commission. As a stalwart supporter of higher education, Lisa served on the Board of Directors for USC Hillel and the Jewish Education Trade School (JETS) in Granada Hills, California.
In 2013, Lisa was honored with the “Legacy of Hope” award by Chai Lifeline, a charity that supports and nurtures children afflicted with life-threatening illnesses. That same year, she joined the Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America’s Western Los Angeles County Council and was honored with their “Distinguished Citizen Award” for her commitment to the educational advancement of the young community in 2015.
Lisa has been married to Igor Korbatov Esq. since 1985 and they have three daughters, Lauren, Anna Bella (Baruch Nutovic) Elizabeth, and granddaughter Regina.