Lisa is devoted to organizing and producing clarity in people's lives. She has a proven track record of success in achieving client goals with legendary entrepreneurs, thought leaders, individuals, couples, executives, high net worth families and people from all walks-of-life. A dedicated and discreet professional, known for demonstrating integrity and grace under pressure, Lisa is a creative problem solver, a detail-oriented and imaginative project manager with the ability to establish order out of chaos.
Lisa is a leading personal assistant and personal organizer. She brings unique experience as a Hollywood archivist, event planner, manager of a preeminent European antiquities gallery and an executive/personal assistant to entertainment executives and entrepreneurs on both coasts.
Most recently Lisa has worked with the Buddhist scholar Robert A.F. Thurman, visionary Byron Katie, the renowned Marianne Williamson, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and Jim Lahey of the Sullivan Street Bakery. She has also served as the personal executive assistant to Martha Stewart, Peter Guber, Steve Tisch, Wendy Finerman, Dawn Steel, Simpson-Bruckheimer and the general counsel of USA Networks.
The Wall Street Journal published a feature profile on Lisa, focusing on her personal organizing business. Quest magazine has recognized her as one of NYC's premier personal organizers. In Hollywood, Lisa spent four years creating and producing Columbia Pictures' Archival Department. Back east Lisa was Manager of Phoenix Ancient Art and co-produced Harry Evans's celebrated book party events at Random House.
Lisa has cultivated special project relationships with prestigious five-star hotel concierges.
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- MARCUS AURELIUS