“Lisa is an author of The Mesh: Why the Future of Business is Sharing, to be published by Penguin Press, Fall 2010. Since 1991, Lisa has been an entrepreneur and environmentalist focused on building companies and supporting social ventures where there is an opportunity for well timed disruption and a resounding impact. A founder and CEO of several internet companies, including GNN (the first web portal sold to AOL) and the largest consumer photo sharing and print service, Ofoto (sold to Eastman Kodak in 2001), Lisa’s attention is on sustainable ventures with positive social impact. She puts a strong emphasis on clean energy, social networks, accelerating community engagement and awareness & exploring new platforms & business models.
“As CEO, co-founder and chairman of Ofoto and President of Digital Services for Eastman Kodak, Lisa drew on her entrepreneurial spirit and experience developing global web and mobile services. Lisa & the team worked to develop Ofoto (now Kodak Gallery) into a world-class consumer services offering for over 50 million customers.
“Lisa currently serves as a Director and Co-Founder of Dos Margaritas, an environmental foundation with programs focused in Latin America. She is an advisor & investor in several social ventures including: New Resource Bank, Convio, Squidoo, TasteBook, MePlease & Greener World Media.”