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UPDATES: In the Fall of 2015 Lisa took General Assembly’s User Experience Design Immersive course. If you are curious you can read about it on Tumblr. You can view her UX design portfolio at hellolisa.comAs of January 2016 Lisa Glassberg is working full-time as an Art Director for Finn Partners.

About Cultiva Studio

The word “cultiva” is Spanish for “cultivate,” which means to promote or foster growth. We believe in applying strategic design thinking and collaborating with our clients to foster the growth of their businesses.

Cultiva Studio was founded by Lisa Glassberg, Principal and Creative Director. She has more than 10 years experience working in the graphic design field. Prior to launching Cultiva Studio she worked for a year as a senior designer for Ketchum, a public relations firm located in Washington, D.C. While at Ketchum she worked on campaigns for consumer marketing, social marketing, public affairs, health care and corporate. Prior to Ketchum she worked for 7 years at Ogilvy Public Relations in Washington, D.C.

Lisa graduated from Haverford College (in Haverford, Pennsylvania) with a B.A. degree in Art History from Bryn Mawr College. While earning her major in Art History she also studied studio arts like photography, printmaking and life drawing. After college she also took continuing education classes in design at The School of Visual Arts in New York City. Lisa grew up and went to school in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She is bilingual in English and Spanish. Find out more in her LinkedIn profile.

Information on Cultiva Studio’s partners is available on request.



Fun Fact

Lisa is an avid Salsa dancer. During the warmer months she has been seen dancing with her friends in places like by the fountain in Dupont Circle, in front of the Lincoln Memorial, and in front of The White House.