Lisa’s light-bearing spiritual abilities range from being a conduit for healing of others, a message bearer and a Spiritual Intuiter. Through prayer and meditation, Lisa came to understand that her true calling was in the area of delivering God’s word to our youth and teaching metaphysical practices that cross the boundaries of many religions.
Lisa Rae Brooks retired from the Telecommunications Industry as a mid-level executive after 25 years in various positions including Sales, System Design and Development, Marketing, Pricing, Project Management, Program Management, Training, Training Development, Training Management, and Sales Operations Support. As she left the business world, she was the Director of a team of 23 dynamic professionals in the area of ordering and implementing complex telecom networks. She received several awards from within her organization, but one of her most prized awards was being named the 2012 Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women.
Her 15 years in the area of training helped her understand the gift of teaching and helping people understand complex concepts in a relatively easy fashion. Through her development and delivery of classroom teaching materials and on-line course development, she learned how to enable learners with the ability to accept and understand complex technical concepts and business applications in ways that they would never have thought possible.
On the personal side, Lisa is a mother, as sister, an aunt, step-grandmother, great aunt, friend and neighbor. She enjoys time with her family, friends and co-workers. She enjoys spectator sports, especially football and baseball, as well as participatory sports as evidenced by her 20 years whitewater rafting. Lisa also loves amusement parks even though she very recently gave up roller coaster riding as it no longer seems to like her.
Lisa’s caring personality, business and organizational savvy, as well as her mentoring experience make her a wonderful person to work with as well a great friend and coach.
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