Lisa Guerrero is the award winning Chief Investigative Correspondent for America’s top rated syndicated news magazine, Inside Edition. One of the most versatile broadcasters on television, Lisa has guest co-hosted The View, been a special correspondent for Dr. Phil and is a frequent guest panelist on CNN and HLN. She is also a successful actress having starred in Aaron Spelling’s, Sunset Beach and guest starred on Southland, Frasier and The George Lopez Show. Lisa recently played herself in the Academy Award nominated film, Moneyball.
Before joining Inside Edition in 2006, she spent a decade and a half as a sportscaster for CBS, Fox Sports Net and ABC reporting for Monday Night Football, The Best Damn Sports Show Period, Toughman, Sports Geniuses, Fox Sports Report and Sports Central. She has covered everything from the Superbowl to The World Series and has interviewed hundreds of athletes, including Shaquille O’Neal, Alex Rodriguez, Brett Favre and Mia Hamm.
Lisa was the first woman to earn a TV contract as a sports reporter in LA and was the first journalist (male or female) to ask Barry Bonds, on camera, if he’d taken steroids. She was also the first Latina to host the Hispanic Heritage Month Reception at The White House and was named “One of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics in America” by the Hispanic Business Journal.
Since becoming an investigative journalist in 2010, Lisa has won numerous prestigious, national awards. Most recently, in 2019, she has been nominated for a prestigious Deadline club for her investigation into child labor in America, and in 2018 won a first place national headliner award for her investigation “Liar for Hire,” which was also honored with best in show. In 2017, she won a first place national headliner award for her food investigative series “What are you really eating?” which probed the food industry. Her work on this series also won a 2017 Clarion Award. Her “Wolf of Boca” investigation was award a 2016 Clarion Award and was among 2016 national headliner award honorees. She was also honored that year for her report on runaway trailers. Especially important to Lisa was her 2016 Clarion Award for her series of reports on “Justice for Juliette” which helped lead to the capture and conviction (80 years to life) of Dustin Chauncey who was charged with intentional abuse leading to death. In 2015, Lisa received a Clarion Award for her report called “Turning the Table on Cat Collars.” Newsweek featured Guerrero’s work to help convict Chauncey in an article titled “How Inside Edition helped get justice for a murdered toddler,” published in 2014. The same year, she was honored with a Clarion Award for “Justice For Alissa” and an Exceptional Merit in Media Award (EMMA) for “Justice For Juliette”. Both investigations shed light on child abuse and focused on two young girls who were beaten to death.
Lisa currently lives in Southern California.
Lisa dominated Commissioner Adam Silver’s NBA Press Conference when she fearlessly called out then Clippers owner, Donald Sterling for his decades long questionable behavior and business practices.
Lisa was also the first Latina to host the Hispanic Heritage Month Reception at The White House and was named “One of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics in America” by the Hispanic Business Journal.