Bob Fisher is co-founder and trustee of the Pisces Foundation in San Francisco.
Bob is involved in all facets of the Foundation’s strategic development and environmental programs, with a focus on water resources. In 2010, Bob co-founded, with the S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation, the California Water Foundation, whose mission is to ensure integrated and sustainable improvements to California’s water management. In 2008, Bob led the strategic development of a new, national water program at a major national environmental advocacy organization, the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Bob has spent his career in the retail business and working for environmental causes. From 1980 to 1999, he served in various operating roles at Gap Inc. He is on the Board of Trustees of the Natural Resources Defense Council, where he is Vice Chairman, and Conservation International where he serves on the Executive Committee. In 2009, Bob was appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Strategic Growth Council, which focuses on advancing sustainable communities that promote equity, strengthen the economy and protect the environment for the state of California. Bob is the President of the Board of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Born and raised in San Francisco, Bob attended Princeton University, where he received his BA in English Literature, and Stanford University Graduate School of Business, where he received an MBA.
Randi Fisher is co-founder and trustee of the Pisces Foundation in San Francisco.
She is involved in the full range of the foundation’s work with special emphasis on environmental education. Under her guidance the Foundation has developed a range of environmental education projects designed to elevate the field and enhance the quality and delivery of environmental education to students and others in the Bay Area and throughout California.
Randi is a trustee of both the California Academy of Sciences, a multi-faceted scientific organization and the oldest natural history museum in the West, and the Golden Gate Parks Conservancy, where she focuses on promoting environmental literacy & stewardship for youth. Randi serves on Conservation International’s Chairman’s Council and is a partner of the Energy Foundation. For over a decade, Randi played a leadership role in developing the Bay Area Discovery Museum, a children’s museum providing arts, technology and environmental education programs. In addition, she has encouraged youth development through involvement with Summer Search and Breakthrough Collaborative.
Randi graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 1979 with a Bachelor of Art degree in Fine Arts and Psychology. In 1985, she received a Masters’ degree in Arts Administration from New York University.