Lisa has over two decades of hands-on and executive leadership experience in volunteer work, charitable foundations and NGOs. Her efforts range from local causes, developing countries needs and those that have a global impact.
During the last 10 years, Lisa has been an active partner, advisor, and contributor to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Conservation International (CI), the American Leprosy Mission (ALM), The Int’l Leadership Academy of Ethiopia and Shared Hope Int’l. She sits on the Leadership Council of CI. Lisa is the current President of the Moccasin Lake Foundation and a trustee of the Norcliffe Foundation, both grant-making foundations located in Seattle. Lisa’s work has had tremendous impact on issues across the NW, ranging from social services, health, education, and the environment. Lisa has also served as trustee of the board for two different independent Seattle area schools as well as being the founding chair of a Seattle Children’s Hospital Guild dedicated to raising funds for uncompensated care.
Lisa’s passion is to improve maternal and women’s health in developing regions, and combatting sex trafficking both at home and abroad. Other interests include scuba diving and adventure travel photography. She lives in Seattle with her husband and 4 children.