Lisa Love received her MBA from the HBCU, Clark Atlanta University, and began her career over 20 years ago working for Fortune 500 CPG companies, including Heinz and Del Monte, in brand and product marketing. She managed a portfolio of brands that generated revenue of up to $75 million. She also spent 11 years working for the #1 online retailer of wine, where she wore many hats and worked in various departments throughout her tenure, including operations, merchandising, and partnerships.
Lisa and Team Tanoshi appeared on Shark Tank in 2020. She was named one of the 100 Powerful Women of 2020 by Entrepreneur Magazine and one of the Top 100 Women Entrepreneurs of 2020 by Inc Magazine. In 2021, she made the Forbes Next 1000 list and was one of the winning finalists in Pharrell Williams’s Black Ambition Prize.
Lisa is passionate about giving all kids a fair chance to succeed. When COVID hit, 16 million U.S. students were without a computer or internet access in the United States. With Tanoshi’s educational products and services, kids can do their homework, learn to code, and so much more — all without internet access.