Lisa wears both internal and external hats at NextFifity Initiative, functioning as an ambassador for the organization, developing and maintaining relationships with community organizations and nonprofits; reviewing grant requests; and ensuring grant applications and awarded projects align with the organization’s overall mission.
Lisa has spent more than a decade in nonprofits, primarily in the health industry. She has extensive experience in program coordination, fundraising, development, and volunteer management.
In her role, she aims to further NextFifty Initiative’s mission by changing the landscape of how people view aging. She is elated to be part of a collective movement by finding opportunities to create a better quality of life for future generations. By charting this territory now, the ability to thrive will be more robust in the future.
Lisa grew up in Highlands Ranch and earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Colorado State University in Communications. She lives in Denver with her husband and young son. She enjoys painting, shopping and weight training.