Lisa Rogoff is the Founder of Launch Project, an initiative designed to change our relationship
with work. Instead of trying to find the elusive work-life balance, Lisa challenges us to strive for
work-life integration. She has seen the possibilities that emerge when people fully connect their careers and lives, bringing their whole selves to work and finding inspiration in what they do each day.
Before becoming a coach, Lisa formed and led teams across a diverse range of industries
(human rights, nonprofits, advocacy organizations, for-profits, start ups) and settings (Washington, DC, Rwanda, Burkina Faso, Charlottesville, VA). Most recently, she spent five years working for a research-based assessment, training, and professional development company focused on enhancing the effectiveness of teacher-child interactions. Lisa has become an expert on empowering others, giving specific and actionable feedback - including developing customized 360 degree feedback reviews - and providing professional opportunities so that those around her can learn and thrive. Through her work, she found that her passion was grounded in helping others unlock their potential and thrive.
Lisa is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, has her MBA and Masters of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University, and a BA from Colgate University. She lives in
Charlottesville with her husband, Zach, children, Oliver and Maddy, and her wild and crazy dog, Winston.