Show your audience the value in what you’re offering… and look like the superstar you are, without bragging!
I collaborate with small business owners and solopreneurs like you to craft compelling personal narratives that increase engagement and sales through relevance, trust, and likability. I created Much Ado About You!® as a methodology enabling you to show how you bring value to customers, demonstrate why you can be trusted, and give a sense of what it’s like to work with you.
“She is quickly able to synthesize information and get back to basics with acute attention to detail.” —PB
“Lisa’s expertise is invaluable because of her ability to understand our vision, hear our needs and translate that into effective tools for business.” —KJ
“Lisa asked all the right questions, then guided us through the project, one step at a time, cheerfully and patiently.” —SP
Over 20 years ago, I was the lone female web designer surrounded by male “Webmasters.” I laughingly called myself the Web Diva®. It stuck.
Since 1998, the Web Diva® gig has provided a wealth of experience in helping clients tell compelling stories. Designing and launching 700+ websites offered abundant ghost-writing opportunities. My book, Web Diva® Wisdom: How to Find, Hire, and Partner With the Right Web Designer for You, provides the inside scoop on working with a web pro. I regularly write articles for the GoDaddy Blog, illuminating the processes of the web-o-sphere for both web pros and their clients.
A B.S. in Electrical Engineering from UC San Diego, and an M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford provided a solid foundation for a high-tech career of nearly 20 years. My corporate life included positions at Hewlett-Packard, Logitech, Quantum, 4Charity, and Jamcracker, with Director-level responsibilities in Engineering, Quality Systems, and IT. These experiences yielded a solid base in business understanding and client focus, which I can put to work assisting folks just like you.
“Solid technical expertise and business savvy coupled with abundant creativity, wit, and imagination.” —SM
“She helped me bring my vision to life in a clear, compelling, and powerful presentation.” —DT
“You have helped take us to a whole new level, one that I have been putting off for too long.” —JE
I’m a member of both the Fremont and Mission San Jose Chambers of Commerce. I enjoy working with students, especially speaking at Career Day events. I designed the curriculum for a semester-long seminar course, Women in Science and Technology, which I taught at Ohlone College in Fremont, California for 10 years. Favorite hands-off-the-keyboard projects include designing costumes for a fabulous local musical theatre company, crafting items for sale or auction at fundraising events, and baking cookies for any (or no) occasion.
Recognition of which I am most proud includes a Leadership Award from Hewlett-Packard, an Outstanding Faculty Commendation from Ohlone College and the Don Gercich and People with Purpose awards, both for service and volunteer activities.