Lisa Fisher has over twenty- five years of experience in assisting people with disabilities to live valued lives in the community. Her achievements include developing and managing community rehabilitation and employment programs, as well as redesigning existing community rehabilitation and employment programs to more progressive models for multiple agencies. Lisa pursued a bachelor’s degree at the University of Hawaii majoring in Religious studies. Lisa is a national trainer, training other employment providers on utilizing person centered planning to achieve better employment outcomes. Lisa is committed to supporting people in having equal access and opportunity to live the life they chose.