Lisa Huang

  • Barnard College of Columbia University

Lisa Huang is a Hong Kong native who graduated from Barnard College of Columbia University, where she studied Art History and dabbled in French and Environmental Studies.

Lisa’s academic and work experiences parallel her global lifestyle. Whether it is writing a honors-distinguished thesis on the Contemporary Chinese Art Market, overseeing Marketing at a fine arts institution in Alaska, establishing the Multimedia section of an arts and entertainment magazine in Hong Kong, or working alongside world renown artists in a New York-based Parisian gallery, she combines her international background with her passion for arts to enhance media tactics. At school, she was best known for re-structuring the Columbia Daily Spectator’s Multimedia Department as the Senior Deputy Editor, starting arts and lifestyle magazines, and leading college-aged women on chaotic backpacking trips across upstate New York and Canada.

Lisa’s best memories are seen through her Nikon FM - her photos tell stories of her paddleboarding dog in Hong Kong, her Mongolian horse, Chuck Norris, who galloped her across the steppe, and, of course, lunch dates with grandma.