In her role with NRGI, Lisa is supporting developing learning paths, designing curriculum and implementing trainings or workshops.
Prior to joining NRGI, she worked for Karen Human Rights Group, a monitoring and reporting group in Myanmar, where she managed a capacity building program focused on report writing, monitoring and evaluation, and curriculum design. Lisa has also lived in Cambodia, where she managed a community based education project and developed learning tools for low-resource environments, and Malawi, working with a regional training program for food security and resource sustainability. She takes particular interest in community based strategies for the protection of resources and rights.
Lisa holds a B.Sc. joint honors in political science and sociology from the University of Birmingham and an M.Sc. in human rights from the London School of Economics and Political Science.