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Lisa originally became involved in music at a very early age, but did not begin worship leading until 2001 when she attended Clearwater College in 2001 where she received her Bachelor of Theology after completing her internship in Nelson, BC, in 2005.  It is also where she had her first exposure to songwriting during a creative assignment for one of her classes where she wrote a song based on Hebrews 11. 


She stayed on to work at Kootenay Christian Fellowship in Nelson as the Office Administrator, volunteer worship director and youth group co-leader. She then went on to study Contemporary Music and Technology at Selkirk College in 2007 where she earned her Diploma as a Vocal Major and Sound Engineer and also had greater exposure to songwriting.


Upon graduating, she returned to Alberta where she worked as a piano and voice teacher at Sherwood Park Music from 2010 to 2015 which is coincidentally where she met her husband, Eric. After which she moved on to take a bookkeeping position in Thorsby, AB, and from there she and Eric decided to relocate their family for her to join the Clearwater College staff in August of 2020 where she currently serves as the Dean of Women and Music Director.

All along the way, Lisa has been involved in many different worship leading or team roles since graduating from Clearwater College. She has also developed many songs and recorded several including those on her album Soon to be released... which saw two songs nominated for GMAs in 2015.  When asked about her music and where the inspiration comes from she said, “It really comes from everywhere; personal life experiences, things I’ve heard on the radio or seen in movies, and the lives of others around me.”


Growing up in rural Alberta, Lisa performed everything from the Rock classics to the Broadway ballads and everything in between.  She has performed alongside such seasoned performers as Bob Halligan Jr. (writer of “Some Heads Are Gonna Roll” performed by Judas Priest) and Cheryl Hodge (nominated for Best Blues Song 2011 at the HMMAs).


Lisa is passionate about helping women step into their God-given roles and seeing the church educated, healed and unified in the area of worship.

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