Lisa DeLosso received her undergraduate degrees from the Pennsylvania State University in art education and art history, and a Masters in art education from The University of Texas at Austin. DeLosso is also an alumna of the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS). Prior to coming to Aspen Public Radio, she worked in development at The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture and the Aspen Art Museum.
She bicycled over 4,500 miles from Austin, Texas, to Anchorage, Alaska, as part of the 2009 Texas 4000 for Cancer team. In 2012, she summited Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa with the non-profit group, Survivor Summit.
She is a proud sustaining member of KUT in Austin, Texas, as well as an Evergreen member of Aspen Public Radio.
Locally, DeLosso is also a member of the Aspen Young Professionals Association, Colorado Mountain Club and Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers (RFOV). She volunteers with RFOV, A Little Help and Farm Collaborative Aspen. She likes to attend events at The Art Base and Anderson Ranch. In 2020, she became a mentor with the Buddy Program. She loves snuggling with her dog Trudy, reading, breakfast tacos, art, road trips and anything involving the great outdoors.