Lisa Elia – Media Trainer, Presentation Trainer, Communication Expert & Speaker
More than 20 years’ experience training clients for media interviews, investor pitches, public speeches and other high-stakes situations.
Can comment on all aspects of communication, from body language to vocal cues to word choices.
Can provide tips for improved communication in interviews, social situations and presentations.
Appearance on E! Entertainment’s “Total Divas”
Appearances on Entertainment Tonight and Delivering Tips
About Lisa Elia, Media & Presentation Trainer, Communication Expert & Speaker
Lisa built her brand as a media and presentation trainer, communication expert and speaker through the successes she created for clients. During her years as a publicist, she took many clients who were unknown or who had very little prior press coverage, and catapulted them into the national spotlight with appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, CNN and other top media outlets. She has prepared thousands of clients for important media interviews, public speeches, investor presentations and other high-stakes situations.
It was during college that Lisa’s interest in communication was ignited, which led her to earn her bachelor’s degree in communication with a public relations emphasis. In the decades that have followed, Lisa has continued refining her media training and presentation training processes to keep up with changes in traditional media, social media and technology.
Topics Lisa Elia can discuss in media interviews:
Communication tips for happier holidays
5 conversation killers to avoid
6 tips for effective presentations
Cold feet, butterflies in the stomach — why we get them and what to do about it
How texting can backfire: choosing the right communication method for your message
Don’t be a robot: why memorizing speeches rarely works
How authenticity and strategy can co-exist in corporate communications
Body language do’s and don’ts in meetings, interviews or social situation
5 communication deal-breakers when pitching investors