Lucy is also the Chair of The Global Task Force on Building Women Leaders, and the Founder of HighTech Women. Lucy serves as non-executive director of BioCity Nottingham, an independent non-executive director and treasurer on the board of the International Step-by-Step Association (ISSA) and as a non-executive director and board treasurer and fellow of the British-American Project. She is co-founder, judge and Chair of the board of the Aspen Institute Energy and Environment Awards, a member of the international advisory board of the Instituto de Empresa Business School in Madrid, is also on the board of the Wellesley College Business Leadership Council. She recently completed two consecutive terms on the advisory board of the University of Cambridge's Judge Business School.
Bringing a 360 degree perspective, Lucy has worked in a numbers of sectors from software and the internet to government and financial services. Prior to founding Marcus Venture Consulting and HighTech Women, Lucy was co-founder and VP of Marketing and Sales of an enterprise management software company, she was in charge of Marketing and Business Development for EMEA at Infinity Financial Technologies, ran the EMEA operations of a communications consulting company, and worked at Price Waterhouse in the East European Services Division and at the US Treasury Department's Economic Policy Division.
Selected as a World Economic Forum Global Leader for Tomorrow, Lucy is also a fellow of the Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellowship Program and a fellow of the British-American Project, and was selected to take part in the BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt Transatlantic Forums, and the Council of the United States and Italy's Young Leaders Forum. Lucy has been listed as a "face to watch" in Management Today Magazine's list of Britain's 50 Most Powerful Women and in Business Age Magazine's "10 Women Changing the Direction of British Business". Lucy also served on the jury to select The Wall Street Journal Europe's Most Successful Businesswomen in Europe, and on the "Digital Democracy" steering group of the John Smith Memorial Trust.
A regular speaker on global economic trends and best practices for investment, private equity, venture capital, entrepreneurship, technology, and women in business, Lucy is frequently quoted in the press, including the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the International Herald Tribune, Newsweek, Reuters, Investment Dealers' Digest, Les Echos, the Guardian, Globes, Financial News, Venture Capital Journal, Infoconomy, and Red Herring. She has been profiled in the Financial Times, Tornado-Insider Magazine, and Lynne Franks' Seedfusion. Lucy has appeared on CNBC, Sky Business Report, and BBC World Service; her articles have been published in Management Today Magazine, Tornado-Insider Magazine, netimperative, and Business 2.0. She was also profiled in the book "Powerful Women: Dancing on the Glass Ceiling" (Wiley 2001), and contributed to "Women in the New Economy: A Regional Perspective" (The Smith Institute 2001).
A dual American and British citizen, Lucy holds a B.A. from Wellesley College (Wellesley, Massachusetts) and an M.Phil. from the University of Cambridge (Cambridge, England).