Lecturer, Environmental Science & Management; Manager, Communication Program, Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
Lisa Leombruni manages the Strategic Environmental Communication & Media Program at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, where she is also a lecturer. Previously, she co-developed proposals for new televisions programs, oversaw media evaluation and impact studies, and conducted editorial research for the NOVA television series at Boston Public Television station WGBH. As a consultant, she has worked for the United Nations, Oxfam America, the Center for American Progress, and Climate Nexus. She holds a PhD in Communication, UC Santa Barbara; an MES, Yale University; and a BA in Biology, Brandeis University.
social influence and social networks; how people form attitudes about climate change; effectiveness of environmental messaging; storytelling and narrative