Lisa is a cum laude graduate of John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She was also selected for leadership by The National Society of Leadership and Success. She excelled in leadership, and she obtained two advanced leadership awards. She also supported a community based organization with grass-root organizing and pushed for policy changes for the disadvantaged experiencing human rights violations. Lisa is also a proud member of The American Legion Auxiliary and actively supports military service members and veterans.
Prior to joining the organization, Lisa’s main role was working as a Certified Integrative-Wellness Life Coach, Independent Consultant, and Advocate. Her advocacy focuses on community collaboration and networking, promoting policy changes for the disadvantaged, facilitating partnerships, and communicating information. She assisted individuals with trauma, severe life stressors, and difficult goals and obstacles.
Lisa’s areas of focus are wellness, relationships, education, and career. She also helps individuals find healthy self perception as a prelude to life transformation. She can also aid in strengthening relationships to facilitate peaceful, safe, and positive bonds. Lisa knows that there are various approaches for individuals on the path to wellness, and she is furthering her education with a Masters degree in social work specialization in clinical mental health at Rutgers University.