Sally N. Lovett
Sally Lovett has worked to support the Institute for Health & Healing in numerous capacities.
Sally participates on the Boards of the International Museum of Women and the SF General Hospital Foundation as well. She has worked at SF General for 12 years at the Trauma Recovery Center and co-conducts a small education therapy group at the Psychosocial Outpatient Clinic.
Previous trustee associations include President, Fort Mason Foundation; Museum of Craft and Folk Art; Vice-President at San Francisco University High School, as well as the SF Decorator Showcase. An early women’s advocate, Sally founded Women into Tomorrow (WIT). She also created and produced Pioneers for Century III conference in conjunction with the University of Cincinnati Department of Women’s Studies, and co-chaired Ohio International Women's Year. Sally is also founder and director of Lovett Women’s Centers serving (since 1993) three different Russian cities on the Kamchatka Peninsula and in the Russian Far East.
Before moving to SF, Sally had a similar career in the arts, education and mental health communities of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Sally has three sons and was educated at Spence School, New York City, Vassar College and Columbia University.