Lisa Brock is a public relations professional with 30 years of experience serving national and international clients. Her full-service public relations and marketing firm in Tampa, Florida specializes in media relations, crisis management, and sports marketing. Lisa has worked with major U.S. corporations and has been involved in large-scale business expansions and public events, but her professional work is not limited to high-profile clients.
An experienced moderator and facilitator in crisis intervention and issues management, she has mediated situations requiring great sensitivity, ranging from criminal cases involving pedophilia, to drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace, environmental issues, white-collar crime, death and disease, celebrity publicity, foundation management, race relations, and gender equality.
Lisa began her career immediately upon graduation from Florida State University, when she was recruited by Procter and Gamble for its management-training program. She later moved on to become the public relations manager for the Anheuser-Busch-owned Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, from where she moved to lead the marketing efforts for a $35 million entertainment-complex expansion project. Super Bowl XV; the Dresses for Humanity world tour of royal costumes owned and worn by the late Diana, Princess of Wales; the Olympic Games; World Cup USA ’94; and Historic Royal Palaces in London represent just a few of her prominent clients or projects.
Lisa has been involved in mediating, mentoring, and coaching her entire adult life, taking a special interest in the personal and professional development of young girls and women. This has carried over to board work and prominent leadership roles in organizations committed to helping young adults.
As a public relations and marketing professional, university adjunct professor, mom, step-mom, and mentor, Lisa draws on her own unusual and challenging early childhood experiences to help young people find and travel their own path to a productive and satisfying life.