Lisa is currently a doctoral student pursuing a PhD in Educational Studies at the University of Windsor. Her work is within the stream of Cognition and Learning, where she is exploring online communities of practice as a medium for professional development for student affairs professionals. She is also the National Chair of the NASPA Technology Knowledge Community (TKC), a community of practice of over 900 members across North America with an interest in technology and higher education. Her past work has included the creation and development of the Leadership Educators and Resource Network (LEARN), an online community of practice launched through the Canadian Association of College and University Student Services (CACUSS) serving leadership educators across Canada. Her work meets at the intersections of technology, assessment, student affairs, learning & development, and leadership, exploring idea(l)s of success both personally and professionally. Her work experience includes positions in career services, new student orientation, leadership development, and experiential education. Lisa has also served as a volunteer for numerous professional associations and initiatives, including a team lead for the ACPA assessment planning initiative and a member of the Next Gen program committee for ACPA 2016, the first ACPA convention held in Canada.