Lisa Clark is a freelance writer, youth market consultant and Mizz life coach.
A lip-gloss wearing, wannabe 60s icon, Lisa has always lived her life with a distinctly girly hue. Since she was small she has obsessed over Hollywood starlets, all things pink and slinky-hipped dream boys.
Her penchant for pretty boys meant that Lisa spent most of her teens bunking school and craving boy band Take That. Having followed the boys up and down the UK, she still was unable to decide who she liked more, Gary or Howard.
Her indecisive nature means that Lisa is never content with one job and insists on juggling several. She is a youth consultant developing and writing extensive published material and multimedia concepts for the teen market and is particularly proud of the award-winning Rant magazine, the first peer-led urban survival guide for teens.
Lisa, a trained teen life coach and Emotional Intelligence practitioner, saw the immediate and long lasting impact of EI, especially on teenage girls. This prompted her to create her own online ‘zine for teen girls, www.pink-world.co.uk, home to Lisa’s very own pink thinking heroine, Lola Love. Pink World is now home to Lisa’s author page and Lola now has a new home at lolasland.com, where Lisa is editorial director.
Lisa currently lives in a pink palace by the sea, where she watches romantic comedies and eats chocolate cake. A lot.