Lisa Broderick is an accomplished senior executive whose career has been defined by understanding how technology impacts society and changes behavior. She is also someone who experiences and studies the world in terms of data, best practices, and quantum science. Lisa teaches that life is about constant change, in which energy and matter are the basis of transformation. Now, her groundbreaking new book, All the Time in the World, reveals how new scientific literature is revolutionizing our understanding of what time is and, more importantly, how we can affect it.
With her aptitude for making science understandable, relevant, and captivating, Lisa has helped countless others shift their understanding and make profound changes in their lives. For over four decades, she has worked with entrepreneurs and established companies to create lives of presence and purpose. Her approach of integrating science with metaphysics and her own personal experiences has changed the lives of regular people as they reimagine how they see themselves, their businesses, and how the world sees them.
Lisa earned a B.A. from Stanford University and an MBA from Duke. She is a Transcendental Meditation Sidha, attended the Monroe Institute for the exploration of expanded states of consciousness, and studied imagery and dream reading at the American Institute for Mental Imagery for 15 years with noted author and teacher of Western spirituality Dr. Gerald Epstein.
Today, Lisa’s passion is helping others with little or no scientific or spiritual training master their innate abilities with practices designed to improve their lives, their relationships, and the world. She also uses her teaching and skills to guide the nonprofit she founded, Police2Peace, which reimagines how the police see themselves and how the community sees them using the term “peace officer.” Police2Peace unites communities and police departments around programs that uplift and heal them. Lisa has been featured in broadcast media, numerous podcasts, and online events, regularly appearing on ABC Network News in New York as a business correspondent.