Lisa Witter is a godsend for politicians, scientists, philanthropists, Nobel Peace Prize laureates, academicians, chief executive officers, and other prominent personalities. All this lot has benefitted immensely from her lessons on becoming effective influencers and public speakers. With decades of experience in public service, as well as extensive knowledge in behavioral science, politics, and psychology, Lisa plies her trade with such unrivaled grace. No wonder she is synonymous with recognitions and honors, including the Young Global Leader (honored by the World Economic Forum in 2010), among many more.
Why you should book Lisa Witter for your next event
- Lisa has a track record of wowing her audiences, leaving them more skilled, confident and able to turn things around. She draws from her personal experiences to offer compelling tips galore to help people succeed in what they do.
- As a moderator and public speaker, Lisa is a familiar face on top platforms and media outlets, including TEDWomen, World Economic Forum, CBS, MSNBC, and NPR. Her commentaries have also been well-published in The Seattle Times, Newsday, Fast Company, etc.
- She has counseled numerous famous figures, among them Nobel Prize winners, CEOs, and politicians.
Lisa is a respected guide when it comes to gathering social acumen for effective collaborations. That’s why you will find her speaking at global forums such as Stiftung Mercator, Pop!Tech, Deauville Women’s Forum, World Economic Forum, and Clinton Global Initiative. Thanks to her wealth of experience that cuts across philanthropic, social, and political spheres, Lisa’s expertise in speaking to diverse audiences has never been in doubt.
In 2014, Lisa contested in ”American Candidate,” a reality show watched by millions worldwide. She is vocal on issues such as women empowerment, influence science, corporate social responsibility, and new media. In partnership with individuals, NGOs, foundations, and corporations, Witter runs a global company called WITTER Ventures GmbH, which helps in the development and implementation of innovative solutions. Among others, the company’s clients include Women Moving Millions, UNICEF, National Geographic, Social Progress Index, Crisis Action, and Oak Foundation. Before Launching Witter Ventures in 2013, Lisa worked at Fenton, one of the world’s largest communication companies, for a whopping 14 years.
Given her impressive profile, Witter serves on several advisory boards, including the Op-Ed Project and Maxwell Health. In terms of writing, she co-authored The She Spot, a very insightful book for marketing to women.
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