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Lisi Christofferson

Managing Director

Lisi Christofferson is a Senior Managing Director with Teneo’s Strategy and Communications business, based in London.

Lisi is a pollster and strategist who has managed opinion research for FTSE-listed companies, non-profit advocacy groups, media outlets, politicians and political parties. Across all of these groups, understanding the views of specific audiences has been key to developing narrative messaging, campaign strategy and behavioural change.

Prior to joining Teneo, Lisi spent eight years at C|T Group, the consultancy founded by Sir Lynton Crosby and Mark Textor, where she was Head of Research & Insight and ran the research programme for Boris Johnson’s 2019 General Election campaign. She brings knowledge of all aspects of the quantitative and qualitative research process and is a member of the Market Research Society.

Lisi holds a BA with honours in Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania and will graduate with an MSc in Behavioural Science from the London School of Economics later this year.