Strategic Thinker • Ethical Manager • WordPress Developer • Python Enthusiast • Lifelong Learner
Hi, I’m Lisa and I’ve built my career on problem-solving and having an intense passion for technology.
I began my professional career working in the beauty industry for major companies like Sephora and Ulta. I continued on the path of sales, makeup, skin care, and marketing and acquired a lot of experience working for a celebrity medical spa in Los Angeles.
During my time working in the beauty industry, I honed my customer service skills and passion for excellence by cultivating a strong and loyal customer base. I still give friends and strangers great advice, sharing my skin care and makeup hacks.
FACT #1: I didn’t drive until I was 20.
FACT #2: I’ll kick your butt in pinball and at Galaga.
FACT #3: I’ve been messing around with computers since the 80’s.
FACT #4: I’ve worked with a diverse roster of brands such as Goodwill, Sephora, Ulta, Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School, Ignite Seattle, Google Express, and Kidizen.
FACT #5: I’m an L.A. native that’s also lived in Minneapolis, Seattle, and Portland. Currently, I call the Bay Area home.
More: There were the various electronics, computers, and video game consoles that I
collected convinced my dad to buy while we were thrifting. I’ve been active with all manner of gadgets since I was little.
Some other facets of me are that I’ve done burlesque, have my motorcycle license (watch out, world!), and am an accomplished DJ. Think less wedding, more 90’s raves. Blink and you might have missed me in the background on shows such as Dexter, House, CSI, and movies like Ironman and more.
Current fixations: Learning through online videos, podcasts, and audiobooks, Pilates
My style: Recovering raver meets fitness goth with a dash of Replicant and vintage pinup.
Favorite places: London, Los Angeles, New Orleans, and New York. I didn’t get on a plane until I was 23.
Everyone should: get their motorcycle license and learn how to put on false eyelashes. Both are easier than you think.
Life motto: Do no harm, but take no shit.