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Lisa Schohl

Senior Editor, Advice
Chronicle of Philanthropy

Lisa Schohl writes and edits advice articles for Previously, she oversaw the Chronicle’s webinar series for nonprofit professionals. Before joining the Chronicle, she worked in nonprofit communications and management, as well as in journalism. Fluent in Spanish, Lisa also has experience in translation and editing.

Most recently, Lisa led bilingual communications efforts at Polaris, a nonprofit that fights human trafficking. She worked on national awareness campaigns in the U.S. and Mexico and managed the creation and promotion of bilingual content. Previously, she was director of communications for The Resource Foundation, a nonprofit that helps donors and grant makers support charities in Latin America.

Lisa has written and reported for various publications, including working as a freelance reporter for The Knoxville News Sentinel. She earned her master’s degree in international development and nonprofit management from the Universidad de Granada, in Spain. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and Spanish from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

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