Lisa  Skeete  Tatum is  founder  and  CEO of  Landit,  a  technology  platform  created to  increase  the success and  engagement of  women in the  workplace, and to  enable companies to attract, develop, and retain high-potential diverse talent.  

Previously, Lisa  was a General Partner for over a decade  with Cardinal Partners, a $350M+ early stage  healthcare  venture  capital  firm.  Lisa  also  worked  for  Procter  &  Gamble, GE  Capital,  and founded her own consulting practice.

Lisa  serves  on  numerous  high  growth,  public,  and  non-profit  boards including  Surgical  Care Affiliates  (NASDAQ:SCAI),  Cornell  University  Board of  Trustees  and  the  Harvard  Business School Board of Dean’s Advisors.  

Lisa received  her BS in chemical  engineering from Cornell  University and  her MBA from Harvard Business  School.  She is  a  member of  the  Kauffman  Fellow  Class  4  and  the  2012  Henry  Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute.

She  has  been  featured in  the  Wall  Street  Journal,  Forbes,  Fortune,  Inc., BBC  Business  and  named one of  the  Most  Impressive  Women  Entrepreneurs  of  2016  by  Inc.  Landit  was  named  one of  the T op 10  Innovations   That   Made  Women’s  Lives  Better  In2016 by  Fast  Company.