Today she employs nearly three decades of journalism knowledge for Hager Sharp’s clients, providing guidance on how to best frame stories, make them compelling, and share them across multimedia platforms.
Lisa gained nearly 20 years of that experience at the broadcast division of The Associated Press. Most recently, she served as planning editor, coordinating coverage for AP Television, AP Online, and AP Radio. She’s won awards for reporting—she was an integral part of the AP broadcast team that received the Edward R. Murrow Award for September 11, 2001 coverage and she received the AP’s Gramling Spirit Award in recognition of her work for member broadcasters.
Lisa earned her B.A. in communications from James Madison University and routinely returns to her alma mater to participate in career events and provide guidance to minority students.