After graduating from Kenyon in 1980, Lisa Schott returned in 1985 following the completion of her master's degree in history and museum studies from Case Western Reserve University and a brief stint in museum work in Cleveland. She began her career at Kenyon in the Alumni Office and was named director in 1988. In 2010, Lisa was named as managing director of the Philander Chase Conservancy, Kenyon's land trust.
In addition to her duties with the Philander Chase Conservancy, she also directs the Kenyon Farm and advises President Decatur on sustainability and community initiatives. Lisa and her husband Stu are residents of Mt. Vernon and the parents of two sons.
1982 — Master of Arts from Case Western Reserve Univ
1980 — Bachelor of Arts from Kenyon College