Lisa Carrico
Program Director
Brief info

Lisa previously worked in the Saint Louis Zoo-Museum District, with a specialty in nonprofit education. At the St. Louis Science Center, she developed and facilitated exhibit interpretations and science programs for the general public and school groups. As an Outreach Instructor for the Saint Louis Zoo, she delivered educational programs with live animals for diverse audiences, both off-site and via video conferencing. From 2011 to 2012, she spent a year teaching English in Japan. Lisa graduated from Fort Zumwalt South in St. Charles County in 1998.

“Missouri Humanities gave us the funding for travel, and we went. Set up on the wide front porch of the Womans Building, we collected interviews with a young engaged couple recovering from Covid, a female farmer, politicians, and a performer in a pastel hat and white gloves who introduced herself as Laura Ingalls Wilder…..”

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Reynolds Journalism Institute

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St. Louis

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Columbia, MO

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