Lisa is an artist, inventor and business builder. Not to mention curious and opinionated.
Her first iconic product, Jogbra, the original sports bra became a symbol for women’s equality in sports and is a standard in nearly every woman’s wardrobe today. An early prototype is in the Smithsonian, while the Metropolitan Museum of Art houses a Jogbra in its Costume Collection.
As a life-long artist and innovator, Lisa is an accomplished public speaker, published author and visual artist. She currently focuses on the emerging cultural paradigm shift as an advocate for the importance of aesthetics in our times.
All photographs and artwork in this blog are hers (unless otherwise noted).
Another aspect of Lisa, one that has at times informed her writing and her art is epilepsy. She was diagnosed at age 4. Actually, it is one of the reasons Lisa became an entrepreneur. And you might find the occasional bit or data about epilepsy creeping into her Beauty blog; seizures can create an “alternate lucidity”, as Vermont poet Verandah Porche has posited.
As an advocate for research into epilepsy, Lisa is on the Epilepsy Therapy Project’s Business Advisory Board and served on the Epilepsy Foundation’s board of directors for 9 years, where she led that organization in the formation of its Women and Epilepsy Initiative.
But her life-long passion has been about True Beauty…