As founder and operator of New Media for Nonprofits Lisa spent more than ten years helping nonprofits to plan, develop, and implement web technologies.
After building literally dozens of "research & publications" sections for nonprofit web sites she
couldn't help but co-found IssueLab
now uses her
extensive experience, relentless ability to find an errant character in thousands of lines of code, and her
unwavering commitment to open source technologies to further develop and improve IssueLab
Lisa received her B.A. in Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley and completed one year of Masters level coursework in Public Affairs at University of Minnesota before fully succumbing to the power of the Internet.
free time she
likes to create custom saddlebags out of duct tape, garden, and host a mean backyard bbq.
After almost ten years of working as an online strategist and web designer for nonprofit organizations Gabi joined Lisa in turning their dream of a cross-disciplinary, third sector research archive into a reality.
now applies her
experience and expertise to helping nonprofits use online tools to share their knowledge more broadly and effectively.
is a firm believer that society benefits from people having free and open access to information on complex social issues and that knowledge sharing truly can be a transformative activity.
M.A. in Sociology from the University of Illinois at Chicago
in 2006, with an emphasis in Organizational Sociology and her
B.A. in Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley
In the time that she
is not at work she
trains for triathlons, fills nail holes, and watches her