Lisa Mullis

print and digital design

Lisa has been working with Evergreen for more than a decade managing the design and layout for numerous publications Evergreen produces for clients, our Keeping Pace research, and other communications collateral. Presenting data graphically and examples of digital learning realistically have been priorities in Lisa’s work, as is most notably evident in Keeping Pace reports. As a versatile copywriter and designer, Lisa is able to illustrate big-picture ideas in words and images, draw out key concepts, and define a visual hierarchy that makes dense content easily navigable and readable.

In addition to her work with Evergreen, Lisa has provided communication design for a number of other organizations in the education technology space including the Christensen Institute, iNACOL, The NROC Project, Charter School Growth Fund, EdSource, State Education Technology Directors Association (SETDA), and Future Ready Schools. Her decade-plus experience in the online and blended learning space has given her a broad perspective on its growth, and an appreciation for the challenge of depicting digital learning activities and ideas as they constantly evolve. 

Coming from a family of educators and an instructor herself, Lisa highly values education and her opportunities to use her communication expertise to elucidate and progress important issues that will impact the future of education for her children and all students. She’s passionate about making research accessible to those who may be unfamiliar with the subject matter because clear and accurate knowledge is the only way to affect the kind of changes that will positively affect student and educator success.

When Lisa manages to step away from clients and screens, you’ll find her solo or with family and friends in the outdoors—on trails, in the mountains, on the water, or in her garden. She is inspired immensely living in the incredible Columbia River Gorge and intimately by her husband and two children who have become her most valuable teachers.