Lisa specializes in creating new digital products ranging from platforms that help people learn about their genetics to online programs that help chronic pain sufferers. She currently is Director of Product Management at Johnson & Johnson, where she brings her deep healthcare knowledge to bear on their pharmaceutical, medical device, and consumer product divisions.
Prior to J&J, Lisa worked as a product lead at 23andMe. There, she built the first app store for genetics, created new features on the research and ancestry verticals of the website, and shaped, developed, and implemented all the business development deals for research collaborations with external partners. She’s also worked in product at Omada Health, a startup focused on delivering a digital version of the Diabetes Prevention Program to help prevent type 2 diabetes as well as at Microsoft within Bing & MSN focused on search.
Before she found her passion in product management, she worked at a wide variety of organizations: as a venture capital analyst looking at the healthcare and digital media investment verticals, and as a writer at the Onion.
Lisa graduated from Stanford with a BS in biology as well as an MBA from the Graduate School of Business. In her free time, she enjoys salsa dancing, tennis, and finding unique jewelry online.