Leadership Team

Thank You to the volunteers that help make Boston 3G a reality!

Lisa Einstein
President

Lisa is the granddaughter (3G) of two Hungarian Holocaust survivors, Eva Selymes and Vilmos Reisner and one of the founding members of Boston 3G. Her close relationship with her grandmother inspired her passion and drive in helping to keep the memory and lessons of the Holocaust alive. Lisa has also served as Chair of the Greater Boston Yom Hashoah Commemoration and a Committee member for the New England Holocaust Memorial. She realizes that the Holocaust played a large role in her famiy's history and takes great pride in ensuring the legacy that her grandparents left was not in vain. Lisa currently resides in the suburbs of Boston with her husband and three kids and works as a Marketing Consultant. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology with a minor in Marketing. When not volunteering or chasing after her kids, Lisa enjoys singing in her a cappella group, Shir Rhythm or hiking with her dog.


Elizabeth Hipsman
Vice President

Elizabeth Hipsman is the granddaughter of two Holocaust survivors, Eva and Abe Bobrow, originally from Czenstochowa, Poland. She has been on the Boston 3G board in various capacities since it was founded in 2009. She has always been interested in finding new ways to preserve her grandparent's stories and legacy for future generations. As the last living link to our grandparents, she feels it is our responsibility to ensure that these stories are passed down and that the lessons of the Holocaust are not forgotten. Elizabeth lives in the greater Boston area with her husband Josh, also a grandchild of two survivors, and their two children. Elizabeth has a B.A. in Accounting and a minor in Judaic Studies from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and is an Accountant for Liberty Mutual Insurance.

Natty Hoffman
Chair, Speaker's Bureau

Natty Hoffman is the granddaughter of two Holocaust survivors from Slovakia. She has conducted extensive research on her grandparents' story and about the Holocaust in Slovakia and Hungary. Natty has traveled to Eastern Europe, Auschwitz and Germany and participated in German-Jewish dialogue about the impact of World War II on subsequent generations of survivors and perpetrators via the group One by One. Natty's main goal is to talk to others about the legacy of the Holocaust and engage them in dialogue about the impact of intolerance and hate in our daily lives. She has been involved in Boston 3G since 2011. Natty was born in Israel and moved to the US as a child. She obtained Bachelor's Degrees in Journalism and Finance from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and an MBA from the University of Toronto. She lives in Somerville, MA.

Elizabeth Goldman
Legal Counsel

Elizabeth Goldman is the granddaughter of two Holocaust survivors, Izak and Sonja Spigelman originally from Novy Korczyn, Poland. She has been involved with Boston 3G since it was established. She is proud of the strength and resilience of her survivor family and is passionate about keeping their stories alive. She also feels the heavy weight of those who were cruelly taken too soon and vows to continually honor their memory. Elizabeth has spent most of her life in and around the Boston area. She has a B.A. in International Relations and French from Tufts University, and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with family.

Stacy and Matt Seltzer
Founders

Stacy is the grandchild of two Holocaust survivors, Esther and Sidney Bratt. She became active with 3GNY in 2006 after returning from Birthright's March of the Living program. After moving to Boston, she and her husband, Matt, co-founded Boston 3G in 2009. Stacy and her family now reside in Pennsylvania where she recently founded 3G Philly. Stacy graduated from Muhlenberg College and received her JD from Suffolk University Law School. She has always been conscious of the role the Holocaust played in her family and takes great pride in continuing the legacy that her grandparents have created. She hopes that by sharing their story, she can educate and inspire future generations to learn from her family's history.