Lisa Marie Sands, MS, SPHR

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Lisa is passionate about employee engagement, strengths-based leadership, and enabling people to reach their highest personal potential. She has over 15 years of experience in training, instructional design, performance consulting, and leadership development. Lisa is a Learning and Development Leader at Vanguard, one of the world’s largest and most respected mutual fund companies. She has designed and created materials for technical training and leadership development programs and serves as a Learning Consultant for Vanguard University.

Lisa has supported learning and organization development for technology, healthcare, and pharmaceutical clients as well as for Philadelphia-area non-profit organizations. Previously, Lisa was a caseworker and educator for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Lisa holds a Master of Science in Training and Organizational Development from Saint Joseph’s University and a Bachelor of Arts from West Chester University. Lisa is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by the HR Certification Institute. Lisa volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Pennsylvania SPCA, and City Kitties.

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