Teaching Students About Lisa Vanderpump
Lisa Vanderpump is a British restaurateur, philanthropist, author, and television personality, best known for her appearances on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and “Vanderpump Rules.” As a successful entrepreneur and a pop culture icon, Lisa Vanderpump can be an inspiring subject to teach students about various aspects of life such as business acumen, giving back to the community, and understanding the world of reality television. This article will provide an outline of how educators can make a fascinating lesson plan revolving around Lisa Vanderpump.
– Begin the lesson with a brief introduction to Lisa Vanderpump’s background and how she transitioned from a child actress to a successful entrepreneur.
– Provide an overview of her ventures in London, including the establishment of numerous bars and restaurants. Discuss how she expanded her empire to Los Angeles with the opening of Villa Blanca, Sur, Pump, and TomTom.
– Explain important business lessons to be learned from her ventures such as diversification, target audience identification, location selection for restaurants/bars businesses.
– Introduce Lisa Vanderpump’s philanthropic activities such as her fight against the Yulin Dog Meat Festival through her foundation ‘The Vanderpump Dog Foundation’.
– Discuss her ongoing work with LGBT rights organizations like GLAAD and The Trevor Project.
– Elaborate on how students can find their own causes to support and ways in which they can make an impact through volunteer work or fundraising efforts.
– Introduce Lisa Vanderpump’s role in “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and “Vanderpump Rules”.
– Analyze these shows not only as entertainment but also as methods of promotion for Lisa’s businesses and brand.
– Discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by being part of a reality television show, such as maintaining privacy while gaining exposure and the power of personal branding.