From investment banking to strategy consulting, our expertise helps you advance change in the education sector.

Culture & Careers

Come help us build the future of education.


Get to know our experts in the global education ecosystem.

Investment Banking


Learn how we help companies capitalize on the future of learning.


See our completed transactions across the education ecosystem.

Strategy Consulting


Learn about transformative insights and actionable recommendations to catalyze your company's growth.


See what services we offer to help solve your toughest challenges.

Lisa is a Senior Principal and joined Tyton Partners in 2020 as a Principal in the strategy consulting practice.

Prior to joining the company, Lisa earned her MBA with Distinction from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, where she majored in marketing, finance, and management science. While at Kellogg, she co-founded an education startup exploring innovative ways of delivering STEM project-based curricula. In addition, she was awarded the McGowan Fellowship sponsored by the William G. McGowan Charitable Fund as the only recipient in her MBA class.

Prior to Kellogg, she was a professional specialized in transaction advisory at KPMG. She served public multinational companies spanning across tech, auto, and manufacturing sectors on their M&A, IPO, and accounting change projects. She began her career at Deloitte in the Audit practice where she held a CPA license in California.

In addition to her MBA from Kellogg School of Management, Lisa holds a Master of Accounting degree from Ross School of Business at University of Michigan, and Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Science in Psychology degrees from Peking University. Originally from Beijing, China, Lisa is fluent in Mandarin. In her spare time, she likes to read, travel, sing, and play with her cat Boba.

Stay Informed

Sign up for the Tyton Partners newsletter for our latest insights, news, announcements, and more.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.