Lisa Lambert is Chief Technology and Innovation Officer at National Grid and Founder & President of National Grid Partners. She is responsible for leading investments and innovation initiatives across the company. Prior to National Grid, Ms. Lambert was a Managing Partner at The Westly Group, a clean technology private venture capital firm based in Silicon Valley, where she was responsible for investments in software, internet of things, and energy technology companies. She closed several direct equity investments in companies such as Cognitive Scale and Paxata and sourced and/or closed key strategic LP investments.
Prior to The Westly Group, she worked at Intel Corporation for 19 years and was Vice President and Managing Director of Intel Capital’s Software and Services Fund and the Founder and Managing Director of the $125 million Intel Capital Diversity Fund. Ms. Lambert is the founder/CEO, and chairman of UPWARD, a global network of executive women. UPWARD is a non-profit organization with 16 chapters, over 60 corporate sponsors, and nearly 6000 members worldwide.
Ms. Lambert earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in Management Information Systems from The Pennsylvania State University.
Lisa is attending / has attended:
The 2015 New York Venture Summit
Venture Summit | West 2015
Venture Summit Virtual Connect 3