Lisa Tannenbaum is a realtor with Nestseekers Westhampton Beach. Lisa's training as an architect and professor of architectural history as well as being a native of Long Island and the Upper East Side of Manhattan helps to work with clients, buyers and sellers to understand their needs and sell their properties. She has been based in the Hamptons for 8 years and specializes in finding unique properties for design connoisseurs and real estate investors having worked with developers, architects, interior designers and real estate professionals for the past 15 years in New York City and abroad.
A graduate of Yale College, Lisa is an active alumna who interviews candidates for Yale admissions, mentors undergraduates as a member of the Yale Club of New York University Committee, and organized volunteers for the Yale Day of Service 2015. As well as having service commitments at prisons, jails, hospitals and institutions, Lisa is very compassionate about those less fortunate and is dedicated to inspiring others to overcome obstacles in life.
In her leisure time, Lisa is a decorated academic, a United States Javits Fellow, a Fulbright Fellow to Switzerland, and an architectural curator. She has worked in the architecture departments of the Guggenheim, MoMA, Metropolitan Museum and held a year-long appointment at The Frick Collection. Her passion for travel takes her to Lake Como and Sicily often, visiting spas and lecturing about wellbeing in ancient and contemporary cultures at Parsons The New School of Design.