Lisa Borders is a trisector leader, delivering results in the private, public and non-profit sectors. She is the CEO of Golden Glow Media, a multi-media production company, as well as LMB Group, a management consultancy firm. She’s also the host of the “Enlightened” podcast and chaired the Borders Commission, an independent panel chartered by the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC).
Borders was the inaugural president and CEO of TIME'S UP and also formerly the president of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA).
Prior to the WNBA, Borders led corporate impact as vice president of global community affairs at The Coca-Cola Company and chair of The Coca-Cola Foundation. Borders also served as president of the Grady Health Foundation and as senior vice president of Marketing and External Affairs and Foundation president with Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) Cousins Properties Incorporated. And concurrently during her Cousins Properties tenure, Borders was an elected official, serving as President of the City Council and Vice Mayor of Atlanta.
She serves as a trustee of Duke University and a global director for Operation Hope. Borders also currently serves as an independent director of Six Circles Trust at JPMorgan.
Ms. Borders earned a BA from Duke University and an MSHA from the University of Colorado.