Lisa Chau

Lisa Chau

Published in Forbes, US News, Buzzfeed & Huffington Post Over 130 Times. TED-Ed Lesson Creator. NPR Guest.

Lisa Chau is an accomplished digital strategist with global marketing and public relations experience, she has been published over 130 times in ForbesBuzzfeedUS News & World Report, as well as Huffington Post on TEACH: Technology / Entrepreneurship / Academia / Careers / Health. Her work includes profiling high level executives, successful entrepreneurs, established professors, distinguished creatives and award-winning authors.   She was a featured guest on Midday Talk with Dan Roderick, speaking on millennials and digital strategy. The show aired on National Public Radio (NPR) Baltimore, which is ranked #21 in the radio market in the US, out of 273.   Lisa has spoken on multiple Ivy League campuses, including that of her alma mater, Dartmouth College. She is a passionate alumna who served on the Dartmouth College Club of the Upper Valley (2010-2013), and continues to serve on the Dartmouth College Club of New York (2014 to present). After graduating, she worked at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine, Tuck School of Business, and the College.   Lisa has lectured undergraduates and MBA candidates at The New School and The Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College. Smith College invited her to speak as a part of their Executive Education Leadership Series. She also organized and hosted the "How to Build a Strong Start-Up" conference at Columbia University, featured in Yahoo Finance.
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The Power of Community

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