Lisa Giovinazzo has an exceptional career as a lawyer, anchor, reporter and legal contributor. Lisa pursued a dual degree in law and journalism in graduate school. Ultimately working as anchor and reporter for various networks throughout the country, Lisa has lived in many different cities throughout the Northeast before returning to NYC where she worked with the Economist Magazine before joining Bloomberg TV where she anchored and reported LIVE from the NASDAQ and NYSE, when NY1 News launched their I on Your Neighborhood Segments Lisa joined Time Warner/Spectrum network as an anchor. Lisa is now a partner at Kuharski, Levitz & Giovinazzo where she oversees complex litigation in the areas of matrimonial, civil and commercial law. Appointed to serve as a Guardian Ad Litem, Referee and Mediator by the NY Supreme Court, Lisa acts as representative for disabled and minors that cannot represent themselves and oversees dozens of foreclosure proceedings. Lisa has also worked as an adjunct for St. John’s University, College of Staten Island and Audrey Cohen College.
Lisa continues to serve as a legal analyst for Television networks such as FOX News, WNYW, and CNN. She currently serves as member of the board of Richmond County Savings Bank, and recently chaired the Leukemia and Lymphoma foundation’s Night the Light Charity. Lisa is past president of the Staten Island Trial Lawyers Association and a board member of several local not-for-profits such as the St. George Theatre, Center for Interpersonal Development, American Red Cross SI Chapter, SI Children’s Museum, YMCA Broadway and served as Co-chair of YMCA’s Strong Kids campaign. She was also the vice-chair of the Republican party of Staten Island and served as a New York State Delegate for the State Republican party. Lisa resides on Staten Island and volunteers as the debate coach at a local middle school for the past seven years. Lisa lives with her husband Mike, two sons, Michael and Jerry, and dogs, Chloe and Hershey.