Lisa Lampman serves as Project Director of LF’s Mentoring Youth for Leadership (MYL) program. Supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, MYL provides mentoring relationships to over 3000 underserved youth through 26 Local Leadership Foundations across the United States.
Early in her career, Lisa held positions in gubernatorial and presidential campaigns and served on the staff of Governor Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and as special assistant to the U.S. Secretary of Education during the George H.W. Bush administration.
Lisa has a particular concern for those impacted by crime and served as vice president of Prison Fellowship Ministries (PFM) and was founder and president of Neighbors Who Care, a national faith-based crime victim assistance organization, associated with PFM. She also facilitated two U.S. Department of Justice advisory committees on crime victimization and on sexual assault in American Indian and Alaskan Native communities. Lisa edited two books on equipping pastors and volunteer leaders to help victims of crime move toward recovery and restoration.
Since 2003, Lisa has consulted with non-profit, for profit, and governmental clients in strategic planning, program development, and performance improvement. She has led numerous strategic efforts to clarify mission, set priorities, identify outcomes, and create performance plans to guide decision-making.
Lisa, her husband, Scott, and their two young-adult children are members of The Falls Church Anglican in Falls Church, Virginia, where she is active in the women’s and healing prayer ministries and a community food pantry. Lisa also serves as a parent sponsor for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at her son’s public high school. Together, their family enjoys relaxing at the beach, visiting as many national parks as possible, and hiking with their Labrador Retriever puppy.Email Lisa