CEO OF THE 3% MOVEMENT CULTURE INNOVATION CONSULTANT
Keynote speaker category: Technology, Entrepreneurship, HR, Innovation. Keynote speaker topics: The rise of women in technology, Female entrepreneurship, Women in Tech, Why tech just might get It right for Women, Pipeline or Revolving Door: Keeping Women in Tech, Retaining Top Talent – Mothers, Men, Millennials: How Companies Can Keep the Best Talent, The Future of work.
Lisen Stromberg, Partner + COO, The 3% Movement
Lisen Stromberg is an author, culture innovation consultant, and widely regarded speaker who empowers people and companies to reimagine the future of work through work+life success.
After a successful career in marketing and advertising, Lisen left the business world frustrated by the lack of support for mothers in the workplace. She pivoted to become an award-winning journalist whose work can be found in the New York Times, Fortune, Newsweek, Salon, and other high-profile media outlets.
Her book, Work Pause Thrive: How to Pause for Parenthood Without Killing Your Career is deeply reported with extensive social science research, cutting edge data collected from nearly 1,500 women, and through 186 first-person interviews. In it, she reveals how trailblazing women have disrupted the traditional career paradigm to achieve their personal and professional goals and provides readers with a blueprint for how they, too, can integrate kids with their career.
A sought-after speaker and moderator, Lisen has inspired thousands with her talks on work + life integration, corporate talent innovation, disrupting the traditional career paradigm, and empowering women in the workplace. She has been seen on stage at SXSW, TEDx, The 3% Conference, and more.
Now in addition to writing books and speaking, Lisen's back to her business roots as Partner + COO of The 3% Movement, helping make change so the representation of women can be fully realized both in-house and in the world at large.
COO the 3% Conference.
CEO and Founder Prismwork.
Independent Journalist and Essayist.
B.A. from Dartmouth College, an M.B.A. from the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley.