Lisa is the Founder of the Canadian not for profit Generation i. Generation i is the culmination of her extensive involvement and dedication to the rights of children world-wide. She has contributed twenty years of formidable experience in sales, marketing and promotion to both profit and non-profit sectors in Canada, The United States, Europe and The Middle East. After over a decade in the recording and entertainment industries with roles at Sony Music and PolyGram in New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver, Lisa committed her focus to non-profit initiatives; her passion and expertise have since been integral to the success of numerous local and global agency fundraising campaigns dedicated to helping children live better lives. Lisa co-chaired the 2007 UNICEF campaign’s “Unite For Children, Unite Against AIDS”, a major concert for an audience of 8000 in Montreal. The event raised funds and spearheaded enhanced awareness of the global pandemic and its effect on children. Lisa now serves on the board of UNICEF Canada and is active in its corporate fundraising directives. She is also active as the Managing Director of the Wolverton Foundation, a private family foundation dedicated to elevating the exposure of children across British Columbia to the arts and facilitating artistic programs for those children who would otherwise be excluded from these opportunities. Congruently, Lisa serves on the board of the Sarah McLachlan Foundation, founded by the international singer and songwriter to provide free music programs in under-served communities. Lisa supports the global community through the Humanity Foundation in Bangkok Clinton Global Initiative and the International Crisis Group. Her commitment to positive change has extended to the Vancouver Hospice Society, Lions Gate Hospital (Vancouver), the Canadian Cancer Society and Vancouver Coastal Health; Lisa is also a current board member and board chair for Family Services of the North Shore Foundation board.