Lisa played Division I volleyball at Virginia Tech and was the second woman there to have her jersey retired...


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Lisa’s career has spanned both consulting and operational roles in the nonprofit and for profit sectors. She started her career with McKinsey & Company, developing business strategies for health care and non-profit organizations. From there she became the Director of Operations and the Center for Multicultural Human Services, a mental health center focused on serving the psychological and social service needs of immigrants and refugees. After leaving CMHS, she returned to consulting, focusing on strategic development and process development/improvement for small businesses.

Lisa received her Ph.D. from Duke University in Clinical Child Psychology. She also has a B.S. from Virginia Tech in Psychology and Sociology. She currently serves on the board of the Center for Alexandria’s Children, a child advocacy center in Alexandria, VA. She is also on the Board of Child Trends, a national research organization that studies developmental issues in children.

Business and Strategic Planning
Organization Design and Development
Project Management and Implementation
Executive Coaching and Training

Local Cultural Organization: Strategic plan and implementation support
Private College: Strategic plan and implementation support
National Research Organization: Organizational design and executive coaching
National Education Association: Pricing strategy
Local Afterschool Program: Merger due diligence
National Medical Association: Organization and back office infrastructure design

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