Lisa Cox is the academic content producer for the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative, where she works with faculty and staff to write, edit, and shepherd content—such as books, case studies, videos, and articles—through production and publication.
Formerly, Lisa was the communications manager for the Sorenson Impact Center, where she developed content for external audiences. She contributed articles and helped produce videos for the Forbes #TheImpactRevolution series, ghostwrote op-eds and speeches, coordinated press for the annual Winter Innovation Summit—which grew to a convening of 900+ participants—and wrote high-level correspondence, partnership pitches, web copy for three separate websites, and practitioner case studies for the National Collaborative for Infants and Toddlers’s Solutions Center website. She also wrote for and managed the Center’s Think Tank blog and supervised Impact Fellows who ran social media and drafted the Center’s newsletter.
Prior to that role, she was a case writer and researcher at Harvard Business School, where she worked with professors in the fields of social enterprise, finance, technology ventures, entrepreneurship, and leadership. She also spent three years working as a financial analyst in the Government Services consulting division of CHM in Beverly, Massachusetts. Prior to that, she worked as a financial analyst in the Hotel Real Estate division of Cushman & Wakefield Sonnenblick-Goldman in New York City and for the Fulbright Commission in Madrid, Spain.
Lisa has her B.S. from Cornell University and a Masters of Journalism from Harvard University in Extension Studies.