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Lisa Ozvoldik

Lisa Ozvoldik

Senior Performance Marketing Manager

Spare Lisa Ozvoldik your kangaroo and koala jokes. She is, after all, from Austria — the land of mountains, beer and lederhosen — not Australia. It’s a common mistake.

As Performance Marketing Manager, Lisa sees each day as an opportunity to be a creative data nerd. She enjoys digging into numbers and analyzing them to deliver valuable information to clients such as Hamilton, Travel Nevada, Tahoe South, and Envestnet | Yodlee.

Analyzing data for clients, she is able to uncover valuable insights that lead to experiments to raise engagement, conversions and ultimately, revenue. Bringing past experience in design and a passion for numbers, she says she has a 360-degree view of perspectives she enjoys sharing with clients. This expertise in Conversion Rate Optimization, SEO and SEM pays dividends for Noble’s clients.

A native of Vienna, Austria, Lisa attended Vienna University of Economics and Business, making a short stop at the University of Kansas to study international marketing, where she fell in love with the idea of eventually living in the United States. After college, she worked in a snowboard shop, then for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Austria as a Marketing Specialist before making the big move to the U.S.

Her time at Fiat paid off, she says. Having worked on the client side, she was eager to join an agency to work in an “atmosphere where everyone is passionate and driven.” She says her experience working on the client side helps her better understand the needs of Noble’s clients.

Outside of work, Lisa loves to hike, snowboard, climb, travel, draw, take photos and paint. She is a hobby illustrator and she also plays guitar and keyboard — not to mention, she has an excellent sense of humor.

She once drank hot reindeer milk in a teepee in Finland during the winter, which is something most people can’t say!

“You know what kind of plan never fails? No plan. No plan at all. You know why? Because life cannot be planned.”

Parasite, 2019