Lisa joined the Life-Long Leadership team in 2014 as an executive coach and consulting partner. She is passionate about helping leaders experience success both professionally and personally. She has 22 years of experience in character-based leadership development, life coaching, relationship coaching, and coaching group facilitation. Her law education and experience as an attorney help her relate well with executives and quickly assess what is keeping them from reaching their full potential. She specializes in coaching executives and leaders in areas of self awareness, interpersonal relationships, listening skills, empathy, and leading during times of change.
As a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator practitioner, Lisa uses the MBTI to assess clients’ unique personality type. With a focus on improving communication, decision making, conflict management, and ability to manage change, she also uses assessments such as StrengthsFinder 2.0, 360 Review and Emotional Quotient Inventory. She founded her own coaching business in metro Atlanta in 2013.
Prior to establishing her own coaching business, Lisa worked in the Human Resources Department of a nonprofit organization as Associate Director of a character-based leadership development program. As an executive coach, she facilitated coaching groups and specialized in personal and professional development of leaders in the organization.
As a graduate of Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Lisa holds a Juris Doctorate degree. She passed the Kentucky Bar Exam and was admitted to the Kentucky Bar Association. Lisa then worked as an attorney in the Northern Kentucky area.
Lisa is a native of Frankfort, Kentucky and currently resides with her husband, John, and their two sons in the north metro Atlanta area. In her spare time she enjoys weightlifting, Zumba, and dancing. Her love for people is shown through her involvement in her community, where she uses her expertise in life coaching to help individuals and families grow, overcome obstacles, and experience personal and relational fulfillment.