Bio BIO Lisa Poulson is a writer in San Francisco. Her work has appeared on The Manifest-Station, Jen Pastiloff’s popular blog. Her essay, The Law of Complementarity, has been accepted by Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought. Lisa writes about the complex beauty of female power. She is the descendent of fiercely resilient Mormon pioneer women who crossed the American plains with their children – even after their husbands died along the way. She is a successful Silicon Valley PR veteran. She is a woman who survived the death of her fiancé four months before their wedding day. She loves reading Cheryl Strayed, Luis Alberto Urrea, Madeline Miller, Maya Angelou, Maggie O’Farrell and always Donald Barthelme. Lisa is also the founder of poseycorp, a communications coaching practice started in 2013. She helps innovators scale by becoming great communicators, because great communicators create the change they want to see in the world. A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since she was born, Lisa was raised in Los Angeles, lived in New York for ten years and now lives in San Francisco, where she spends her free time absorbing and creating as much beauty as possible. Although Lisa has written hundreds of press releases, media statements, Q&A documents and blog posts, Good Enough? is her first book. She’s currently at work on a collection of essays. Connect with Lisa Instagram Medium Goodreads email@example.com Being vulnerable as a singer helped me be vulnerable in my writing. Here's the story in the San Francisco Chronicle As a baby, I found lots to object to. What 17 looked like. What 55 looked like - makeup and photograph by the brilliant and talented Ale Buljevich.