Lisa Kline joined the Breastcancer.org team as vice president of communications in 2014.
Following a nearly 20-year career in marketing communications for leading global branding agencies, Lisa joined Breastcancer.org to help the organization grow from being the top resource for breast cancer to the top destination for smart, insightful, and engaging information on breast health overall. As part of Lisa's role she is responsible for the leadership and management of marketing, press and community relations, and content development.
"It's an honor to work with an organization that positively impacts so many people's lives around the world. With so much more information available to us on the internet, it is crucial that groups like ours exist to help women separate fact from fiction and make the best choices for their health. I'm thrilled to be a part of making sure the best information possible gets to many more people."
Most recently Lisa was the global CMO of Wolff Olins, an agency known for their role in building commercially and socially impactful brands such as (Product) RED, GE's Ecomagination, and the Smithsonian Institution. Before joining Wolff Olins in 2011, Lisa led global communications for brand consultancy Interbrand.
Lisa lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Chris, and two young sons, Jasper and Theo.
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