Lisa Colton is the founder and president of Darim Online and Darim Consulting, and was previously the Chief Learning Officer at See3 Communications. She helps nonprofits align themselves for success in today’s digital, connected age through strategic planning and communications consulting. While her clients range from international organizations to local nonprofits in a variety of fields, she has a particular focus in the Jewish community, including recent work with Women of Reform Judaism, Samis Foundation and UJA-Federation of New York. Much of Lisa’s energy focuses on helping people and organizations innovate, and helping innovators mature and strengthen their work.
Lisa is a graduate of Stanford University, and attended The Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies and Livnot U’lehibanot. She on the board of Seattle Country Day School, BimBam (previously G-dcast) and the Lakeside School alumni board. Lisa lives in Seattle, WA with her family (including 2 kids, 4 chickens, 1 dog and occasionally some foster critters too) where she’s a partner of the Kavana Cooperative, a member of Temple Beth Am, and a volunteer with Limmud Seattle. In her free time she loves cooking, gardening and seeing live music.
Shifting to the Digital World: Lisa discusses her work helping Jewish organizations shift their thinking and operations to better align with the ever-changing digital world we are all living in.
One thought on “Episode 37: Lisa Colton, Darim Online, June 25th, 2018”
Amazing! Please continue to mentor me and love to have fuller discussions on each of the subtopics you brought up. Chazak!