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Lisa Kimball began facilitating virtual groups and communities in 1983 on The Meta Network, one of the earliest and longest-running communities on the net. She served as CEO of Metasystems Design Group, a company dedicated to the design and management of virtual environments for teams and organizations until 1999 when she co-founded Caucus Systems. Lisa is currently the CEO of Group Jazz, a company that produces events, experiences, and environments on the web for teams, communities, and organizations.

Lisa has over 15 years experience designing social and technical architectures for corporate social computing environments, including managing virtual teams, creating communities of practice, and developing strategies for companies like IBM, Hewlett Packard, Merck, & Pfizer as well as large non-profit and educational organizations like PBS, the National Education Association and City University of New York. Lisa has trained hundreds of facilitators and team leaders to manage distributed groups more effectively. She is a recognized expert on executive effectiveness and organizational change. Lisa publishes widely on organizational applications of collaborative technologies. She speaks frequently at conferences, and her expert perspective has been quoted in Fast Company and the Wall Street Journal, among other publications. Lisa holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from The Catholic University of America.

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