When it comes to digital, Lisa Hsia pretty much oversees every touchpoint between the die-hard fans and Bravo & Oxygen Media. That includes the networks’ websites, as well as all initiatives affecting mobile, apps, gaming, social TV and multiplatform programming. Hsia has meticulously built Bravo Digital into an interactive powerhouse with breakthrough innovations including Bravo Talk Bubble, the first real-time social TV event to combine Facebook and Twitter with live TV viewing, Bravo Now, the first ever tablet/smart phone co-viewing companion experience, the Emmy winning “Last Chance Kitchen,” the ambitious transmedia initiative for “Top Chef” and the most streamed series in NBCUniversal history. Hsia added oversight of Oxygen in 2013 and is a key member of the senior team driving the shift to a strictly crime-focused network. Over the upcoming year, her team will be rolling out new and exciting content tied to the rebrand as well as growing the podcast “Martinis & Murder.” Hsia currently serves on the board of the Tribeca Film Institute. She is a graduate of Harvard University and has a MBA from Columbia University Business School.