Lisa Madison

Lisa Madison is a multi-media Impact Producer and Documentary Filmmaker. She grew up in rural New Mexico on a vineyard, but has made her home in the bustling city of New York. In 2009 Lisa began cultivating her skills at the intersection of online organizing and documentary filmmaking, developing grassroots distribution models for independent documentary films. In 2011, Lisa co-founded the production company StoryKeep, which records and preserves family memories and stories through film and audio documentaries. 
Lisa currently works as a consultant to filmmakers, non-profits and individuals, helping to maximize their online presence, build out-of-the-box film distribution platforms and command the attention of the audiences they desire. She is also co-directing and producing a feature documentary film on human trafficking The film features stories of three underage Vietnamese girls who are deceived, taken across international borders and sold into slavery. They struggle to escape and return home only to find the path back to their former lives, and healing, fraught with adversity.