About That Lisa Jones

Lisa Jones is a writer and web developer in Denver, Colorado.  She is a LEVA-certified forensic video technician, and a licensed private investigator (State of Colorado #PI1.0000391).


Editing and Ghostwriting

  • Jones worked with Damon Bruce as an editing consultant on The Great Book of San Francisco Sports Lists and with Irv Brown as a ghostwriter and consultant on The Great Book of Denver Sports Lists, both published by Running Press.
  • She was a contributing editor of A Place to Help and to Heal, a history of Denver’s National Jewish Hospital.
  • She was chief writer and consultant for The Chronicle: The Making of Jones International University — a history of the first fully accredited, totally online university in the world.
  • She managed production and publication of Cyberschools: An Education Renaissance, 2010 edition.
  • Her writing has appeared in The Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News, 5280, Weird Sisters West, and the anthology Hers.

Past Employment

  • For many years Jones worked as a marketing copywriter in Los Angeles and Denver, in industries including healthcare (Kaiser Permanente), online media (Realtor.com), and nonprofit fundraising (National Jewish).
  • She was a director of development at Jones Entertainment Group, the independent movie production company that produced The Secret of Roan Inish and Charlton Heston Presents The Bible.


  • Jones is a graduate of the University of Denver Women’s Coding Boot Camp.
  • She earned a graduate certificate in Technical and Professional Writing at California State University, Long Beach.
  • She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Colorado, Boulder.