Lisa Hyland is associate director for Energy Education and Public Programming, where she provides analysis on a range of domestic and global energy trends, particularly natural gas, emerging technologies, and the Asia-Pacific region. As associate director, she overviews development and management of short- and long-term project timelines and overall program goals. She is a contributing author of The Geopolitics of Energy: Emerging Trends, Changing Landscapes, Uncertain Times (CSIS, October 2010) and of “Secure, Low-Carbon Pathways in Asia,” in Asia’s Response to Climate Change and Natural Disasters: Implications for an Evolving Regional Architecture (CSIS, July 2010). She also coordinated the Impacts of the Gulf Oil Spill series. Ms. Hyland has over a decade of nonprofit experience and acted as an exchange program coordinator in Lithuania for the U.S. Agency for International Development. She is the Board section chair for Marketing/Communications and editor of the Current newsletter for the Women's Council on Energy and the Environment. She holds a B.A. in political science and history from Creighton University.