“A revolution that is based on the people exercising their creativity in the midst of devastation is one of the great historical contributions of humankind.”
― Grace Lee Boggs
Lisa has spent over 20 years working in development, community engagement, and management for advocacy, arts, and faith-based nonprofits. With a unique background in social work and engineering, Lisa brings expert relationship management and a data-driven approach to the table. She approaches donor and board relations through a lens of community building and diversity, equity, and inclusion and is skilled at building rapport between folks of different backgrounds and experiences. Lisa’s clients also appreciate her analytical approach to fundraising. Lisa believes in consistently evaluating and improving current systems and methods of data collection to help nonprofits achieve their fundraising goals.
Lisa has worked for a variety of arts, faith-based, and advocacy organizations such as Pulitzer Arts Foundation, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. She has also served on numerous nonprofit boards, including Prison Performing Arts and Encore Stage and Studio.
Bachelor of Arts in Computational and Applied Mathematics, Rice University
Master of Social Work, Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis
Music (songwriting/performing), food, Peloton, art, food, craft, hiking, reading, and spending time with family