Lisa Garcia Quiroz is President of the Time Warner Foundation and Senior Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer of Time Warner Inc. During her tenure, Lisa forged new and innovative initiatives that developed and supported diverse storytellers and leaders, and had an indelible impact on the media industry. Lisa previously launched two businesses at Time Inc.: People en Español, the best-selling Hispanic magazine in the United States and Time for Kids, an award-winning children’s news publication. Lisa currently serves as Chairperson of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and is a director of the Public Theater and the Apollo Theater Foundation. An active civic leader, Lisa is the former Chairperson of the Corporation for National and Community Service Board, a post to which she was appointed by President Obama and she also served as founding co-chairperson of the NYC Latin Media and Entertainment Commission under Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Lisa is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School. A proud and native New Yorker, Lisa lives in New York City with her husband, author Guy Garcia.