Lisa Jo Frech MEd
Lisa Jo is an independent consultant providing board and organizational development, facilitation/mediation, strategic planning, and executive coaching to public and private clients in the fields of natural resources and the environment. Lisa Jo is dedicated to the success of environmental organizations and brings to her clients 30-plus years of experience tempered with enthusiasm, humor, and straight talk. Lisa Jo also teaches environmental studies courses at Pacific University and Portland State University. She has been a wilderness guide on land and water and will soon publish a book of journals from backpacking on the Pacific Crest Trail through Oregon and Washington. She holds a master’s degree from Temple University. Her home and office are near Baker City, Ore., where she is a volunteer firefighter and for fun she plays a wicked game of ping pong. For more information about Lisa Jo, look for her on LinkedIn.
She teaches NL 552 Building Collaborations and Partnerships and NL 601 Leading Nonprofit Organizations in the Pacific University Master of Nonprofit Leadership program.
Course(s): NL 552 Building Collaborations and Partnerships, NL 601 Leading Nonprofit Organizations.