Lisa rejoined the Coastal Conservation League in 2010. She graduated in 1999 from the University of the South with a B.S. in natural resources. From 1999-2002, she served as an agroforestry Peace Corps volunteer in Cameroon, Africa, where she partnered with the Cameroonian government to teach sustainable agricultural practices to farmers and local communities. Following her experience in Africa, she moved to Washington D.C., where she worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the Office of Policy, Economics and Innovation. Lisa and her family moved to Charleston in 2007, when she joined the Conservation League as a project manager in the Land Use office. She resides in Mount Pleasant, and spends her free time biking, reading, and playing on the beach and in the garden with her husband and two daughters.
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