Building a legacy business takes more than mindset and capital.
Before you spend money on random tools or services that someone with dubious qualifications told you to buy, you need to understand the problem you’re trying to solve, and why. I want to help you mind your coins and plan strategically for the future of your business.
Your content, operations, and communication strategies are all big parts of your brand experience. Unfortunately, many of us think we’re good to go with a logo and a payment link. Data privacy and security, customer experience, and even your availability for meetings should all be planned and tested to make sure you show up as the boss you are.
Let’s work together to establish a solid foundation to build your next stage of growth on. And let’s do it while maximizing your budget and having some fun while we make awesome happen.
After getting let go from my education management position while I was panting through premature labor in the ER, I had a good WTF meltdown (and a healthy delivery).
Then, I dusted myself off and built myself a freelance web design business. Almost 14 years later, we’ve evolved into a digital events & content agency with happy, loyal clients and a reputation I’m really proud of.
So, what do you get when you hire me as your consultant, to speak at your event, or to teach that workshop?
You get real answers and real behavior changes.
Your organization relies on core tech tools & systems. The more you understand them, the better off your business will be.
Your marketing. Your service delivery. Your donor relationships. Your capital campaigns.
You also get anime t-shirts and occasionally epic dance battles.
Reach out, and let’s engineer your future.
I’ve been a single parent of 2 awesome boys (now one teen & one man) for my entire entrepreneurship journey. A lot of advice for women about business and financial management comes from people who have a wage-earning spouse. My experience is different (though not unique), and it has colored the way I make decisions both as a parent and as a business owner.
Yep, Dr. Lisa Richardson is ‘really a doctor.’
(PhD, Southern Miss 2011)
My study area was higher education administration, with a focus on instructional technology. Specifically, the accessibility & usability of online learning platforms. I’ve spoken at international conferences like the Online Learning Consortium on the topic and now advise edupreneurs on best practices in growing their brand authority and businesses based on how we learn.
I sit on the editorial board of the Educational Justice Journal, as well as on the board of a nonprofit dedicated to higher education for justice-impacted persons.
I love the stories, the action, and the art. Bring on the epic fight scenes and all the swoons. Also, #CaptainYami