Lisa Boehm is a senior marketing communications, project management and development practitioner who has worked in the high technology, higher education, and non-profit sectors. Most recently, she worked at Harvard’s T. H. Chan School of Public Health as a project and grant manager.
Since moving to Lexington with her family in 1998, she has been involved in the Lexington community. She was the Community Relations Board Member for Community Nursery School, Membership Chair and then President of the Bridge PTA; Vice President of Communications and a Corporate Outreach Officer with LEF; Board Member and MICCA Co-Chair for FOLMADS; and the Chair of Pilgrim Congregational Church’s Christian Education Committee as well as spearheading outreach projects for underserved populations. She also participates in Lex Pride’s Faith Liaisons Coalition.
She was Co-Chair of the YES for Lexington phone banking and get out the vote program, and Co-Chair of Michelle Ciccolo for State Representative and Scott Bokun for School Committee’s Social Media Team. Three years ago, she co-founded Bridge Action Network for Democracy, an advocacy group addressing local, state, and national policy issues, including election reform.
Lisa and Jeff are CEL founding members and Lisa has been a member of Advancement Team and a Grant Review Committee participant for the past three years. She also tracks and helps manage the CEL Thank You Note Program.
She has a bachelor of fine arts from BU, a masters in business communications from Emerson College, and has been working part time on a masters of business administration from UMASS Boston.
Her husband, Jeff is the global marketing lead at a 3D printing company. Their son, Sammy, is a graduating senior at LHS who is heading to Connecticut College in the fall to study public health and join their NESCAC league Men’s Soccer Team. Their daughter, Chloe, graduated from Colby College and is in a PhD program at Colorado State University.
She enjoys gardening, singing, swimming and fitness, writing, and social justice advocacy.