About Lisa Stone

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As BlogHer’s CEO, Lisa Stone works across the entire organization to advocate for bloggers, partners, products, and events that fulfill our vision. Lisa is a leading expert on developing successful online communities and interactive programming for women.

A traditional journalist who left CNN for the Internet in 1997, Lisa became the executive producer and Editor in Chief/VP, Programming for Women.com. While there, she oversaw all original programming, integrated Hearst and Rodale magazines, and grew Women.com to a Top-30 site. Lisa has worked with Hearst and Rodale magazines, E! Television/Online, HBO's Sex and the City, Bloomberg, Gallup and Knight Ridder, among others.

Lisa was the first Internet journalist awarded a Nieman Fellowship by Harvard University (2002), and began blogging as an extension of her 2004 political reporting for the Los Angeles Times. Lisa regularly brings her analysis of new media business models to high-profile events, such as the ONA (Online News Assn.) Annual Conference, Supernova, AlwaysOn, the EconWomen Summit and the Fairchild | WWD Summit.

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Empowering Women, Business & Blogging

Empowering Women, Business & Blogging

October 3, 2014 with

How does one possibly go from planning a small blogging conference to managing a business with 100,000,000+ customers?

Women: In Blogs We Trust

Women: In Blogs We Trust

March 15, 2012 with

BlogHer study: women trust blogs more than social media, other marketing tools when deciding what to buy; where do you turn?

BlogHer Co-Founder Lisa Stone: Frugal Blogs Are Hot (VIDEO)

BlogHer Co-Founder Lisa Stone: Frugal Blogs Are Hot (VIDEO)

November 9, 2011 with

Economically savvy blogs are dominating the blogoshpere …

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