Jane Breckenridge Eisner
Joined the amfAR board in September 1989. Notable experience and expertise in
developing innovative community-service initiatives that benefit a broad range of
communities and populations. Has been instrumental in securing participation by
prominent individuals, including speakers, moderators, or honorees at amfAR-sponsored
public service and fundraising events. Has actively assisted in soliciting funds to support
amfAR’s grant-making programs.
Since 1996, Mrs. Eisner has served as president of The Eisner
Foundation, which was established to provide philanthropic support
and counsel to exceptionally run nonprofit organizations working to
create lasting positive changes in the lives of at-risk and disadvantaged
seniors and children in the Los Angeles community. In addition to
her service in support of amfAR’s mission, she currently serves on
the boards of directors of the Harvard-Westlake School and the Los
Angeles Philharmonic Association. She is a member of the Aspen
Music Festival National Council and the Blue Ribbon Committee of the
Music Center of Los Angeles, and also serves on the board of visitors
of the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California,
Los Angeles. She is the past chairman of the board of the California
Community Foundation, and a past member of the Smithsonian National Board, the Los
Angeles YMCA, and KCET.
Mrs. Eisner is a graduate of St. Lawrence University.
President, The Eisner Foundation. She and her husband, Michael, have three children
and live in Los Angeles, CA.