Wendy Fisher was born in South Africa and grew up in Swaziland. She travels between London, New York, Israel, and South Africa, depending on work commitments. In 1993 she was chosen to represent England as a sculptor in the international art exhibition “Women and Europe,” and currently shows at galleries in the UK and USA. In 1999 she joined the team of a leading consultancy company “Top Achievers,” which specializes in life coaching and strategic planning and mediation. She joined the YPO team of facilitators in 2000 and is both a trainer and a resource on the YPO circuit. In 2000 she was appointed CEO of the Kirsh Charitable Foundation. In 2008 she was appointed British president of the Friends of the Art Museums of Israel. In 2011 she was selected to exhibit her sculpture in the Olympic Village during the Olympic Games. She was nominated and awarded the Freedom of the City of London award in 2012 in recognition of her contribution to the arts and education community. She was bestowed the Honorary Fellowship of the Israel Museum in June 2012.
Wendy sits on the boards of numerous foundations, institutions and art museums, including Performa NY, Public Art Fund NY, Jewish Museum NY, Israel Museum Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Museum, ICA Philadelphia, Tate International Council, Guggenheim Museum, ARTIS NY, UJA Federation, London Jewish Cultural Centre, London, TIKKUN UK, and others. Her interest and love of art, music, theater, literature, and the human psyche all impact her professional work in both the business and clinical arena. She has three children.