Audio & Radio
A public radio veteran, Lisa has done audio production work for The New York Times, most recently for the
audio slide show that accompanied her article on jazz trombonist Roswell Rudd. She's also done film and
book reviews for the nationally syndicated public radio program 51%. During her 12 years working in at
public radio affiliate stations , she hosted news programs and call in shows. She's covered topics as diverse
as the controversy over industrial hog farms, the ultra orthodox Jews of rural Postville, Iowa, the underwater
ghost towns of the New York City watershed, and the affordable housing shortage for domestic violence
survivors in the Hudson Valley. She has contributed reporting to All Things Considered and Marketplace.
Lisa has experience in a number of book packaging services, including ghost writing, editing, and press
kits. Titles she's worked on include Footprints in the Snow: The Autobiography of a Chinese Buddhist
Monk by Master Chan Sheng Yen and...well, she can't say (they don't call it ghost writing for nothing).
Lisa has written for a number of medical publications, specializing in topics related to neurology and health