One of my earliest passions in life was the New York Giants, thanks to their captivating Super Bowl XXV run. After that improbable victory, I became obsessed with learning about the game and the team’s storied history. All eight-year-old Lisa wanted to do was read, think, and watch the Giants–so much so, that I decided I wanted to go on television and talk about them when I “grew up.”
That declaration set the stage for my entire professional career. While my goals eventually shifted away from wanting to work as an NFL sideline reporter, my desire for working in media remained.
My first college internship in 2004–which quickly turned into my first job in media–was at my all-time favorite sports outlet: WFAN Sports Radio 660 AM and 101.9 FM. I worked in both Promotions/Marketing and Production, and one of our most significant projects was producing the New York Giants pre-game show live from Lot D at Giants Stadium.
In 2007, the New York Giants took the radio rights in-house, which meant I transitioned to working with the team directly. My responsibilities also expanded to producing radio halftime and postgame shows.
To this day, I proudly serve as a gameday producer for the New York Giants Radio Network.