Llsa Findley is a professor of architecture at the California College of the Arts, where she teaches seminars and design studios and is Chair of the Bachelor of Architecture Program. She is a registered architect who writes primarily in public venues to expand the discussion about architecture as a visual and cultural practice in a rapidly changing world. Lisa has taught and lectured at universities in Malaysia, Australia and South Africa as well as throughout the United States; she has traveled extensively in pursuit of an ever-increasing understanding of the roles architecture and space play within the dynamics of culture and power.
Lisa served on the editorial board of the Journal of Architectural Education from 2004 to 2010 and as a contributing editor to Architectural Record from 2003 to 2010. She has written for numerous publications, including Architecture, Architectural Record, Harvard Design Magazine, World Architecture, Architecture Australia, Architecture South Africa, and Baumeister. She is author of the book Building Change: Architecture, Politics, and Cultural Agency.