About Lisa

Lisa with Simba at Sweet Meadow Farm, Sherborn, MA

Lisa is seasoned in writing and the creative process, and partners with stakeholders to grow amazing brands through web, blog content and social media platforms. She has honed her creative skills working in multi-functional marketing capacities within small management consultancies as well as prominent organizations.

Lisa publishes essays on the writing life, sex and relationships, and her love for horses and cowboy country. Her essays have been picked up by Lexington, Kentucky’s Horse Network, yogi Jen P’s Manifest-Station, Ariana’s HuffPost, and another appeared in the IPPY-award-winning anthology “Unmasked: Women Write About Sex and Intimacy After Fifty.” She lives near Boston, where she bikes, hikes, rides and edits technology blogs for the CTO of Hitachi Vantara. She is pitching her memoir “Calamity Becomes Her: Love, Loss and a Healthy Dose of Overcoming Adversity” to literary agents and is at work on the sequel.

Lisa obtained her MBA from Babson College and was offered a full softball scholarship to Regis College in Weston, MA, where she earned a B.A. in Business Management. She also holds a Master Certificate in Reiki. In August of 2018, she was awarded a one-month writer’s residency at Fairhope Center for the Writing Arts Writer-in-Residency in Fairhope, Alabama.

Lisa is sometimes filled with so much love for nature and animals, it knocks her sideways.

You can contact Lisa at lisa dot demasi at gmail dot com and follow her on twitterLinkedIn or via her website nurtureismynature.com.

To see a partial listing of Lisa’s published work, click here.

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