Lisa joined The Hagen Firm in 2004. As the firm's Office Manager, she oversees all client relations and assists with administrative support. Prior to joining the firm, Lisa provided administrative support for a Seattle accounting firm.
She has a B.A. in Religious Education from Northwest Nazarene University and has worked as a school teacher in Los Angeles. When she isn't in the office, Lisa spends time with her family, traveling, running, and at her church.
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