Lisa Schlosser is chief technology officer for FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters business providing digital marketing solutions for law firms and FindLaw.com, home to the largest online legal directory of lawyers. Fostering a dynamic and customer-centric work culture, she collaborates closely with the business to build innovative solutions.
Lisa has over 25 years of experience in information technology, holding several programming and leadership positions throughout her career. She earned bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and computer science from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Lisa believes strongly in volunteerism and was elected as a board member of the Minnesota High Tech Association in January 2010 and vice-chair in 2015, as well as board member of the Science Museum of Minnesota in December 2015. In addition, since May 2015, she has served on the board of the Anita Borg Institute, a social enterprise focused on the advancement of women in computing and founder of the Grace Hopper Celebration. She is involved with many efforts in the community to promote students in STEM careers and women in technology, and has also appeared on an episode of Driving Change.