VP, Content Strategy
10 years at Gartner
26 years industry experience
Rollingwood, TX USA
Roles and Responsibilities
Lisa Kart is a Vice President at Gartner in the Research Content Strategy team focused on Gartner's Digital Markets business (including Capterra, GetApp, and Software Advice). She brings a wealth of analytics expertise and experience in leadership roles including Gartner's Office of the Ombudsman, five years as a Gartner analyst, and prior to Gartner, experience as a product manager, consultant, data scientist and researcher. As VP of Research Content Strategy, she is a liaison between Gartner Research & Advisory and Gartner Digital Markets, ensuring alignment and improving content. As an Ombudsman, she worked with all Gartner business units to protect Gartner's independence and objectivity, with a focus on Digital Markets. Prior to her role as an Ombudsman, Ms. Kart was a Research Director in the Data and Analytics team, focusing on data science and advanced analytics, where she was a key contributor to building Gartner's coverage of data science, machine learning and optimization.
Lisa Kart's Recent Gartner Activity
How to Get Started With Prescriptive Analytics
Staffing Data Science Teams
How Data Science Teams Leverage Advanced Analytics
Prior to joining Gartner, she was with Fair Isaac Corp. (commonly known as FICO), where she was director of Product Management for FICO's analytics products and services. She also worked as an analytics consultant, helping financial services organizations optimize decisions across the customer life cycle. Before FICO, Ms. Kart was a scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where she analyzed risks and decisions for the U.S. Department of Energy.
Fair Isaac Corp. (FICO), Director, Analytic Consulting and Research, 8 years
Fair Isaac Corp. (FICO), Director, Product Management, 7 years
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Scientist, 5 years
B.S., Operations and Strategic Management, Boston College Carroll School of Management
M.S., Operations Research, University of California, Berkeley