Lillian D. Singh serves as Senior Vice President of Family Economic Opportunity for Share Our Strength. In this role, Lillian leads the organization’s initiative to address structural inequities that create, sustain, and perpetuate food insecurity and persistent poverty for families.
For nearly two decades, Lillian has advanced racial economic analysis, program design solutions, grassroots capacity-building models, and power-building approaches to bridge the racial wealth divide. Before joining Share Our Strength, Lillian worked at Prosperity Now, serving as Vice President for Programs and Racial Wealth Equity. She provided vision and management accountability to a multidisciplinary staff and workstreams, advancing economic mobility strategies for families and communities.
Her other experience includes spearheading financial inclusion campaigns during her tenure at the NAACP as the National Director of Economic Strategic Partnerships and Development, supporting state and local affiliates across the country.
A Mississippi native but raised in Los Angeles, Lillian earned her undergraduate degree in Urban Planning and Masters of Arts in Sociology, both from Stanford University. She has received numerous fellowships and honors, including the Aspen Institute Civil Society Fellow and the Independent Sector American Express NGen Fellow. Lillian lives in Bowie, Maryland, with her husband.