Over the last 18 years, Lisa Welchman has effectively supported a variety of organizations in stabilizing their complex, multi-stakeholder digital operations through the definition and implementation of sound digital governance practices. A global thought leader in digital strategy and governance, Lisa helps organizations develop big-picture strategies for managing large, complex digital properties and digital teams. Her clients include Chevron, Cornell University, McKesson, Wells Fargo, The Library of Congress and Saskatchewan Power.
Lisa is a sought-after speaker who presents at conferences around the globe, including the 2010 United Nations Private Sector Forum where she participated in dialogue amongst, industry leaders, CEOs and heads of state regarding how to utilize technology to accelerate the meeting of the Millennium development goals. She is currently writing Managing Chaos: Digital Governance by Design to be published by Rosenfeld Media in 2014.
Prior to the advent of the commercial Web, Lisa worked in television as a coordinating producer and ratings analyst. She holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of North Carolina and was a Philosophy Fellow at Columbia University.