In the earlier half of her career, Lisa provided clinical services, designed therapeutic programs, and managed continued quality improvement processes. She led several initiatives in Connecticut that resulted in a regional coordinated entry system, improved the integration of healthcare and housing, and expanded effective interventions such as Critical Time Intervention and patient navigation paired with supportive housing. As part of that work, she facilitated partnerships between public housing authorities, community providers, and municipalities which significantly advanced Continuum of Care efforts to end chronic homelessness. In her work to end youth homelessness, Lisa is a strong advocate for identifying and addressing LGBTQ+ and racial disparities throughout the system and within her organization.
Lisa received a Master's of Science in Clinical Psychology from Palo Alto University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org.