Alisa Kolodizner

Chief Sales and Marketing Officer & Managing Partner
A smiling woman with curly red hair

Get to know me in three:

What makes LCW special?In short – the people at LCW are what make this a special organization. I left financial services to find one remarkable company where I could apply my skillsets of building organizations and scaling impact to create equity and opportunity for the most people possible. I was drawn to LCW because our team is comprised of industry-leading subject matter experts that back up their knowledge with an authentic passion to truly make an impact and that sets LCW apart.
The values that influence me:Equity is at the heart of all I do and who I am. Creating equitable environments that allow others to develop their skill sets is a mission that I have lived out by bringing financial literacy programs to high school girls in Chicago and by sitting on the board of Genesys Works. I continue to live out this value as Managing Partner at LCW.
My diversity story:I was born during my family’s immigration to the United States as refugees and did not speak English until I was five years old. I grew up in Chicago alongside friends from all over the world, experiencing their cultures and values. This experience shapes me both personally and professionally and is the reason that I have made it my mission to educate large organizations on the importance of supporting cultural awareness and DEI initiatives.


Alisa comes to LCW with experience as a nationally ranked, top-performing relationship, financial management and strategic business consultant for Fortune 500 companies. Additionally, she brings an extensive background in developing, growing and retaining relationships with billion-dollar businesses, clients and colleagues. With over a decade of focus on client experience through emerging technology, Alisa has led product and sales departments through pivotal initiatives. A multifaceted sales and cross-silo leader, she thrives in transformative environments with diverse client-centric focused initiatives.


Alisa has always been incredibly passionate about supporting individuals through education and creating equitable environments to help them optimize their skillsets. Born during her family’s immigration as refugees to the United States from Kyiv, Ukraine, Alisa’s mission is to empower leaders, heighten people’s voices and equip large organizations with the systems and tools to create equity and drive meaningful cultural change. Alisa co-founded Women’s networking groups in financial services, brought financial literacy to high school girls and now sits on the board of Genesys Works in Chicago, a non-profit that works with students in underserved Chicago communities to give them a pathway to careers through skill training and meaningful work experiences.

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