Leadership and Coaching
Lisa Monzón is an independent impact coach and consultant. She offers personalized coaching, strategy, leadership and organizational advisory services for non-profits as well as coaching, strategy and partnership services for businesses involved in social sector impact initiatives. Her coaching specializes in growing high impact leadership. She served as a Program Officer with the David and Lucile Packard Foundation from 2007-2014 leading the Foundation’s work in sustainable market initiatives and sector-wide transformation to promote responsible fisheries and aquaculture practices.
Lisa brings cross-sector experience in leadership development, strategy, organizational development, program design, performance improvement, capacity building, fundraising, and research from both the corporate and nonprofit sectors through her work with Borders Group, Inc., Deloitte Consulting, and The Nature Conservancy. Lisa has also conducted research and assessment for the Inter-American Development Bank and the World Bank to evaluate indigenous relocation programs and identify global mechanisms for carbon sequestration. Lisa has experience in social justice and community empowerment through involvement with Chicano/a Latino efforts at Stanford University and through partnerships with Justice for Janitors and the United Farm Workers. Lisa graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Arts in international relations and attended graduate school at University of Michigan's Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise, a dual Masters of Business Administration and Masters of Science program. Lisa was named an Aspen Institute Ideas Fellow and a Latino Board Leadership Academy member.