Liza Sholl, a native New Yorker, began her career in NYC working in communications as the Director of Research and Development for Nippon Television, America.
In 2004 she moved to Boston to attend Simmons College and work as an associate in the Public Relations department at Boston's MFA.
Liza began her work in the non-profit arena, where she provided grant support for faculty at Boston Medical Center. Eventually moving into academia, Liza landed at Harvard University where she worked alongside students in Graduate Program in Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology. For the last several years, she supported multiple tenured Faculty at Harvard before moving to MIT to work as the MISTI Global Seed Fund Administrator.