Lisa Nicole Bell is an award-winning media personality, serial entrepreneur, producer, and writer who works at the intersection of entertainment and technology. She is the CEO of Inspired Life Media Group, a company that creates and produces original premium content for brands, broadcast channels, and platforms. The company creates content for Fortune 500 brands, major media outlets, and venture-backed startups. Working alongside a talented team, Lisa is an innovative leader who creates, develops, and produces multiplatform content ecosystems and engineers transmedia projects.
As an on camera talent, Lisa has appeared in campaigns for PBS, Women in Film, and K-Swiss. Lisa previously hosted Inspired Life Radio where she earned a following of more than 10,000 listeners as she interviewed celebrities, entrepreneurs, and change makers. Her other film and television credits include Lifetime’s What Should You Do?, the award-winning film Walking on Sunshine, the book turned film The Legacy Letters, and the critically acclaimed docuseries The American Dream Revised. Named a Speaker to Watch by American Entertainment magazine and a Hot Speaker Pick by Campus Activities magazine, Lisa’s creativity extends to the stage as a national and international speaker at universities, conferences, and events including TEDx, UCLA, Google, STRAW Bahamas and South by Southwest. She’s also written, edited, and contributed to books on social change, women’s issues, personal development, and business.
In addition to her work in media, Lisa is a dynamic strategist at the intersection of entertainment and technology. She advises startups on critical growth factors including entertainment use cases, capital raises, brand development, and strategic business growth. Lisa advises A-list management firm Brillstein Entertainment Partners on tech and digital integration.
Lisa’s previous entrepreneurial ventures have extended across the world and reached millions of people. Lisa started her first company, a standardized test preparation firm, at 19 years old. She went on to start Inspired Girls International, a for-profit social enterprise that created content and programming that reached more than 400,000 around the world. Lisa holds a degree with honors in Business Law from California State University and completed additional coursework at UCLA.
A gift communicator and passionate advocate for diversity in entertainment and technology, Lisa and her work have been featured in dozens of press outlets including Forbes, Fast Company, Black Enterprise, Inc, Women 2.0. In her spare time, Lisa can be found sucking at playing golf, flying a Cessna 172, taking trapeze lessons or campaigning for The Wire to win a retroactive Emmy.