Susan E. Lowenberg is President of the Lowenberg Corporation, where she served as Vice President for 28 years prior to becoming the president. A graduate of the University of Oregon with a degree in Finance and Real Estate, Susan is an active member of the Real Estate industry in San Francisco.
Currently Susan serves as an appointee of President Obama to The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Council and as Board Chair of the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. She also served as a member of and President of the City and County of San Francisco Planning Commission under both Mayors Jordan and Brown.
Her past affiliations include board member of the Bank of San Francisco, American Jewish World Service, Executive Committee member for the United Jewish Appeal National Women’s Young Leadership Cabinet, Vice President of the Menorah Park Senior Housing Development, Vice President of Planned Parenthood of San Francisco and Alameda, President of the Alumni Association San Francisco University High School, and board member of the San Francisco University High School, Mount Zion Health Fund, Team-Up for Youth Foundation, Jewish Community Federation, and Glide Memorial Foundation.
A recipient of the 1991 Jewish Community Federation Lloyd W. Dinklespiel Young Leadership Award and the 1993 Jewish Agency for Israel-Harry S. Rosen Young Leadership Awad, and has completed a Fellowship with the Wexner Heritage Foundation.
Susan lives in San Francisco with her spouse Joyce Newstat, and together they have a daughter who lives in New York.