Lisa Rice is vice president of the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA), where she oversees the communications, resource development, public policy, and enforcement initiatives of the agency. She is responsible for helping to achieve the organization's goal of addressing the crisis of segregation in America and the ultimate goal of realizing a truly open society. Under Rice's leadership, NFHA played a major role in helping to establish the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which was formed under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Rice joined NFHA after serving as CEO of the Toledo Fair Housing Center and the Northwest Ohio Development Agency (NODA). While serving at these organizations, she developed and implemented the state of Ohio's first predatory lending remediation program. Rice provides consulting on a wide range of fair housing and diversity issues to fair housing organizations, insurance companies, lending institutions, and government agencies.