Lisa began caregiving in 1996. She quickly became an Assistant Manager for a Group Home caring for those with developmental disabilities. She found this very rewarding and enjoyed working with this adult population for the next 5 years. Following that experience, Lisa spent the next 12 years in different sections of the mortgage industry. We all know how that ended up! Her sister Stacy told her about an opening at No Worries In-Home Care. Due to her experience with recovery groups, she was hired onto the START at HOME team. She jumped at this opportunity to work in a wonderful environment, doing what she loves; caring for people. Lisa currently holds a chapter position for Oxford Houses Inc., a clean and sober recovery-based housing project. She acts as a mentor to the women living in Oxford homes in the Washington County area. Addiction recovery and treatment is a passion in her life. Lisa has a son, a daughter, and a Chihuahua named Ponelope that she absolutely loves. She went to school to be a florist to express her creativity & she continues to enjoy floral arranging. Lisa also enjoys many other hobbies such as quilting and painting. She has a great sense of humor, and loves talking with people.