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Lisa Monzón
Leadership and Coaching

Lisa serves as faculty at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where she teaches leadership to MBAs, MSx (masters level students), and coaches executives. She also facilitates Design Your Life through Stanford’s Lab.

Outside of the classroom, Lisa maintains an executive coaching and impact consulting practice, focusing on leadership, strategy and transformation. Her global, multi-sector experiences have helped shape her skills and perspectives. She has a background as a strategy and organizational development consultant, corporate HR professional, and leader in the philanthropic sector. Lisa brings experience in designing and developing networks, leadership programs, and creating large-scale system change. Lisa enjoys partnering with change agents across issues to unbox possibilities and design for impact. She was honored to serve as a Fellow with: the Aspen Institute, Goldman Sachs, and Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment.

She currently serves in a board leadership role for a local non-profit in the Bay Area and is on the advisory council for Stanford University’s Centro Chicano/a y Latino/a, the Latinx community center. Lisa is an alumnus of the Latino Board Leadership Academy through the Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley.