Lisa coordinates the Office of Sustainability’s campus engagement programs and communications.
Lisa oversees student engagement programming, primarily the Office’s paid student employees (EcoReps, Mend and Garden Project). Lisa coordinates programming with other campus student sustainability groups and partners with other campus departments to integrate sustainability information and activities into the student experience. Lisa also oversees the Sustainability Staff Ambassador Program and coordinates other staff engagement opportunities including the Green Office and Green Events programs.
Her role supports the development and implementation of a behavioral-science driven communications strategy to promote sustainability at Princeton and beyond. Lisa develops, executes, and analyzes communications plans for the Office of Sustainability and implements and maintains the integrity of the office’s visual identity. She serves as a creative strategist for the office, leveraging emerging trends, research, and techniques to connect to key audiences and stakeholders. This includes developing and managing content for communication channels that consist of the website, newsletter, social media, the Frist GreenSpace; seasonal Green Tours; marketing, signage and event promotions; and other materials for various audiences.
If you have questions about how to promote/share/create something sustainability-related, Lisa can help you brainstorm ideas and develop a communications strategy.
Lisa received her B.A. from Elon University in Psychology. Upon graduation she served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Ghana, West Africa for 27 months as an Agroforestry and Agricultural Livelihood Facilitator. She received her Masters in Business Administration with a focus on Management from Rider University.
In her spare time Lisa enjoys photography, concerts and traveling to new places.