Elizabeth Ann Monzon
Prior to her work with the Packard Foundation, Lisa held Human Resources positions with Borders Group and Deloitte & Touche. Her graduate studies focused on organizational behavior and learning, and group thought processes in the context of sustainable ecological systems. In the summer of 2001 she interned as an Associate on Wall Street with Goldman Sachs & Co. in the Private Wealth Management Division. Lisa’s 2002 summer internship was with Deloitte & Touche, in their Human Capital Advisory Services – Organizational Performance group. The internship provided the opportunity to engage in team consulting from a business-focused and human capital perspective. Projects included analysis of and recommendations to Fortune 100 Companies and the application of cutting-edge, organizational strategy research tools. Prior to attending graduate school, Lisa worked for six years at The Nature Conservancy, an international conservation organization. Most recently, she directed fund raising efforts for the Mexico Division’s $10.5M capital campaign. Before joining the Conservancy, Lisa conducted research at the Inter-American Development in Washington, D.C. where she evaluated the Bank’s indigenous relocation programs in Latin America. She also produced a report on possible market mechanisms for carbon sequestration for the World Bank. Lisa earned her B.A. in International Relations from Stanford University. She is fluent in Spanish.