Lisa Slow is a field producer for CNN Business News, the division of the CNN News Group that produces business news and updates for CNN/U.S., CNN International, CNN Headline News, CNN Airport Network, CNNRadio and the Web site CNN/Money Online. Slow regularly produces special series and news packages that appear on CNN's premier business news program, Lou Dobbs Moneyline. She is based in the Financial News headquarters in New York City.
Slow joined CNN in 1999 from Bloomberg Television, where she produced special series', feature and daily packages for national and international television newscasts. Prior to her tenure at Bloomberg, she was at CNN's Washington, D.C. bureau where she worked directly for Senior Washington Correspondent Charles Bierbauer. Before serving at CNN's Washington, D.C. bureau, Slow worked at Applevision/Vidicom as an associate producer and, before that she served as a news reporter at WBAI Radio in New York.
Slow's professional honors include being apart of the CNN Investigation team, which won the National Headliner for "Outstanding Continuing Coverage of the Attacks on America and their Aftermath." She was selected to participate in the Fall 2000 RIAS Berlin Commission German-American Journalist Exchange Program and, she received a 1998 UPI Broadcast Award for a radio-state networks documentary. She also received a 1997 Front Page Award for a news feature from The Newswomen's Club of New York.
Slow holds a Master of Arts in broadcast journalism from New York University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies from Cornell University.