Lisa Madison is a multi-media Impact Producer and documentary filmmaker. She creates and distributes moving documentary films in conjunction with powerful grassroots campaigns to inspire audiences to engage and advance important social issues.
Since getting her MA in Media Studies at the New School in NYC, Lisa has worked at the intersection of online organizing and documentary film. In 2010, Lisa developed an entirely new model for grassroots distribution of documentary films using online political organizing tools such as Salsa and NationBuilder with the intention of helping films become tools for activism and social change. She has served as Campaign Director and Distribution Coordinator for a number of social action documentary films, starting with the food film Fresh (2009). Lisa has most recently served as the Distribution & Social Action Director for both Seeds of Time (2013) by Academy-award nominated Producer & Director Sandy McLeod and A Small Good Thing (2015) by Academy-award Winning Producer Pamela Tanner Boll. Lisa now serves as VP of Impact and Distribution for Square Zero Films.