SciComm Services, Inc., is a full-service science communications consulting firm. We develop strategies and content to elevate, amplify, and explain the work of scientists working across a variety of areas — including biotechnology, neuroscience, immunology, chemistry, computer science, and the geosciences.
We work with scientific institutions, foundations, and societies; sci-tech start-ups; VC funds; and academic research groups. We help groups grow and meet their development goals.
Led by Lisa M.P. Munoz, our team includes talented creative professionals from around the world with expertise in web development, videography and video editing, graphic design, public relations, and social media.
As president and founder of SciComm Services, Inc., Lisa M.P. Munoz develops, leads, and executes communication strategies for science groups. She has more than 20 years of experience translating complex science into digestible stories for broad audiences. Lisa has extensive experience developing, writing, editing, and placing Op-eds and articles in high-profile publications, such as the New York Times, USA Today, and Scientific American. She has created videos showcasing cutting-edge science, and has developed content for a European royal, a UN secretary general, and others.
Lisa’s expertise spans cognitive neuroscience and the behavioral sciences, synthetic biology, climate and energy, and the Earth sciences. Lisa was publicist and outreach producer for the independent documentary film Picture a Scientist and is now working on a book about gender equity in science, to be published by Columbia University Press.
Lisa started her career in radio and then print journalism, as a reporter and then managing editor of Geotimes, a geoscience magazine. She is a former Press Officer for the World Meteorological Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, and former Chief of Staff and Communications Director for the OS Fund. Lisa has an engineering degree from Cornell University with a specialty in science writing.
Lisa lives in the Washington, D.C., area with her husband and two daughters. She loves exploring new places, listening to radio in all forms, and consuming sci-fi/fantasy books and movies.