Lisa Hurley is an Anthem Award-winning activist, speaker, TV host, and writer. Her work centers Black women, and focuses on racism, introversion, self-care, neurodiversity, and Black joy.
Ms. Hurley is the Co-Founder of The Introvert Sisters podcast, Host of Real Talk on Racism, a member of the Black Speakers Collection, and a former Co-Host of The Tea on Tap, a lifestyle podcast focused on the Black Hair Experience.
A noted voice on LinkedIn, Lisa is ranked in the Top 20 of Taplio’s 100 Best LinkedIn Influencers, as one of the Top 20 Entrepreneurs to follow on LinkedIn by The Business Anecdote, and is a Favikon Top 10 LinkedIn Creator in Inclusion and Diversity worldwide.
Originally from Barbados, Ms. Hurley is one of a handful of Barbadians to have been featured in Forbes, and on the Nasdaq screen in Times Square New York. She has also appeared on Ebony’s Black Power Moves podcast, and been featured and quoted in Essence, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, and Adweek.
As a result of her activism, Lisa has been included on Hush Loudly’s Gamechangers list as an Introvert to Watch, and honored as one of pocstock’s Future of Black America Top 50 Leaders.