writer, has her MFA in Screenwriting, MA in Art Education and BFA in Studio Art.
Lisa began her career as a news photographer at the Arizona Daily Star. A unique opportunity allowed her to move to Germany and spend several years in Europe traveling and working. On her return to the States Lisa entered a Religious Community and worked in Brooklyn as Youth and Culture Coordinator at the Dr. White Community Center. Once she left the community Lisa raised a family and started working in Higher Education. Over the next 17 years she focused her energy on Student Services, helping students succeed in College and find their place in the work world.Lisa believes that humanitarian work is found where you live, part of your everyday. Whether it is the extra time you take with your family, the person on the street who needs assistance, or the trash you pick up and throw away when you take a walk, it is how you respond to the needs in your path each day that makes the difference. We are part of a larger community as well and have responsibility there too. Some contribute money, some contribute time or expertise in their field. Whatever your calling, each of us is part of the world community and responsible for creating a positive impact.