Lisa Jackson’s journey serving others started at a very early age. Raised by her grandparents on a small farm in Washington State, she learned quickly to work hard, stand up for others and always tell the truth.
Fast forward to spending 20+ years in corporate real estate, Lisa recognized her entrepreneurial gifts and went into business for herself. The fashion industry has provided her the platform to transform other women into being the very best version of themselves. Lisa currently leads a team of 21 Stylists across the country, as Division Manager with Park Lane Jewelry, a Chicago based company.
In 2011, Lisa connected with Amanda Graybill, Founder of The Little Black Dress Society. Over the years the two have collaborated to advocate for women (and others) who have been afflicted by domestic violence. In September of 2018, Amanda graciously passed the baton to Lisa to lead the non-profit organization into its next phase.
Lisa is dedicated to her family, her community with a strong desire to inspire. Her passion is to instill in others that they have the God given right to love, believe and dream.
We asked: “Why did you want to become an Ambassador?”
Lisa: “To grow within my community and assist other women to do the same/personal and professional.”
“Everyone of us needs to show how much we care for each other and, in the process, care for ourselves.” – Princess Diana