Lisa files to all platforms, including digital, radio and TV. She has read morning and afternoon radio news. She also has experience hosting the morning radio show and filling in on the assignment desk. In Windsor, Lisa reported on water quality in the area, which eventually became a municipal election issue; federal cross-border policy, municipal, diversity and social justice issues.
Her experience includes filing stories from the CBC London UK bureau, CBC Edmonton, and CBC and CTV Ottawa. She has also worked as a video-journalist for Global Maritimes in Halifax. She also spent a year in Seoul, South Korea teaching elementary school English and freelancing for CBC Radio and Public Radio International.
She spent two years as a video-journalist with CTV in London, Ontario, where she covered the Fanshawe College riots on St. Patrick's Day in 2012.
Lisa is also a published news and feature writer. Her work has appeared in The Globe and Mail (social media site MySpace censoring gay band Kids on TV), This Magazine and digital magazine, The Genteel.
Her photography has been published in various international newspapers and books including Wall Street Journal, This Magazine, The Fateful History of Fanny Mae by James R. Hagerty and 10 Magazine in Korea. She has also spent time in an Indian village in the Himalayas documenting a local NGO's efforts in bringing digital literacy to women with Photographers Without Borders.
Lisa is a creative writer. Her poetry has appeared in publications including Quills, Room Magazine, Feathertale Review, Bywords and In/Words. She is also reads writer submissions to Room Magazine for publication.
She has mentored young journalists at Fanshawe College in London, and radio journalists across Africa with Farm Radio International.
She has taught dance, piano and vocal.
Lisa was born in China and grew up in Canada. She specialised in journalism, psychology and French at Carleton University, and went on to pursue a M.Sc. in the history of international relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science.