Lisa Hall is a passionate patient advocate with a mission to help others avoid the pitfalls that she experienced during her own medical journey.
Ms. Hall holds a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Psychology from Fairmont State College and a Master's degree in Industrial Relations from West Virginia University. She has nine years experience as a Human Resources Administrator in the aerospace industry, including six years as a Training Instructor. She has taught classes on such topics as Stress Management, Communication, Assertiveness and Diversity Awareness.
During her lengthy period of disability, Ms. Hall created a graphic design business, Bone-a-Fide Brilliance. She created fourteen designs featuring paw print paintings by actual German shepherds. She has sold greeting cards and t-shirts with these designs.
Ms. Hall's previous published works include a chapter in the book Reasonable Accommodations, Profitable Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (St. Lucie Press: 1996), and her story in Life After Shock, 49 LS&ESSI Members Tell Their Story (Morris Publishing: 2000). Ms. Hall is a lightning survivor, and her lightning injury may have contributed to her decade-long disability. The lightning injury and Ms. Hall's story have been the topic of local newscasts, newspaper articles, and an article in Health magazine. Ms. Hall is an active member of Lightning Strike and Electric Shock International, Inc. and a former chairperson of her local Area Committee on Employment of People With Disabilities. She is also a commissioned Stephen Minister at Covenant Presbyterian Church.
Ms. Hall is currently working in medical marketing and she plans to write future books in the healthcare genre. She makes her home in Alabama.