Member of Congress
U.S. House of Representatives
Lisa began her career as a problem-solver and an advocate as a caseworker for then-Congressman Carper. She served in the cabinets of two Delaware governors as the first female African-American Secretary of Labor and the first African-American Deputy Secretary of Health and Social Services and State Personnel Director. Later, she served as the CEO of the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League.
Lisa made history by becoming the first woman and person of color to represent Delaware in Congress. Through her leadership at the Aspen Institute and the Education and Workforce Committee, she is working to prepare all workers for tomorrow’s challenges.
Friday, September 13
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM