Dr. Lisa Richardson wants women founders to make better business technology decisions. She focuses on organizations at the start-up and growth levels because Dr. Lisa believes deeply in their importance to local community development. By choosing to utilize the right systems and tools, small organizations can gain traction in highly competitive service areas right along with the big players.
With a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration specializing in Instructional Technology, Dr. Lisa uses her experience working in higher education to inform her consulting practice. Along with her team at Main Street MarTech, she guides clients through establishing a comprehensive digital presence that leads to increased revenue & recognition.
Through workshops and speaking engagements, Dr. Lisa uses her twenty-six years of experience in professional development to educate emerging leaders on marketing and operations strategy.
2022 3 Ways to Monetize Your Knowledge. Georgia Association of Women in Higher Education Conference
2021 6 A’s of Tech Strategy for Small Organizations. AM FastBreak, Greater South Fulton Chamber of Commerce
2015 Digital Real Estate: How Quality Affects Conversions. Atlanta Women Entrepreneurs Conference
2014 Does Your Klout Score Matter? [Quoted] CIO Magazine
2014 Panelist, Social Media for Business. Women Entrepreneurs Rock Conference
2014 Track Leader, Educational Technology. SouthWired (formerly Digital Atlanta)
2014 Tweaks & Bling: Optimizing Your WordPress Site. WordCamp Atlanta
2013 Get Outta My Head and Onto the Screen! WordCamp Atlanta
2012 The WordPress Therapist: A Beginner’s Guide for the Brand Spankin’ New Business User. Book
2011 Dr. Lisa Richardson on the Postgrad Experience & Being an Entrepreneur. [Interview] Rolling Out Magazine
2011 Whipping Your Classroom into Shape with WordPress. Georgia Educational Technology Conference
2010 Educational Technology in the Classroom. Bermuda Union of Teachers November Conference
2010 Teaching Diverse Learners with Educational Technology. Georgia Educational Technology Conference
2010 LinkTweetBook: Social Networking & Accessibility. Creating Futures Through Technology Conference
2009 Where’s the Ramp? Universally Designed eLearning for Students with Disabilities. Distance Learning Administration Conference
2008 Teaching Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime with Universal Design. (Co-Presented with Lydia Frass & Emily Richmond) International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies, and Applications
2007 I Don’t Have to Take the Stairs, But I Still Can’t Get to Class! Accessibility and Online Course Design. Sloan Consortium International Conference on Asynchronous Learning Networks
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