Her interest in such unique products was ignited by the epidemiology leaders of America’s leading hospitals. On August 5, 2009, Lisa's research and development team flew to Chicago to introduce one of the few products in the country, chosen among several, to be considered as an improvement to the Joint Commission's 46 step hand hygiene protocol. At this meeting, Lisa was asked to present a hygiene concept that would safely and successfully combine hygiene protocol requirements with hand health repair. After identifying and understanding what was causing Health Care Workers (HCW) not to follow protocols, Lisa focused her attention on the development and patent protection needed to introduce a simple solution that the HCW would easily adapt to and a solution that would meet the guidelines required by the FDA’s hand hygiene monograph.
In conjunction with Lisa's unconventional approach to creative thinking and after several months of research, clinical studies, testing and ongoing business development, a final product line and state of the art bio-hygiene-
Lisa is not just any entrepreneur, but an entrepreneur with an almost superhuman passion for what she is doing: educating and reminding the masses about the importance of not forgetting the nightmarish-
Previously, Lisa served as Chief Executive Officer of Innovative Design Ideas, Inc. (IDI). This company was acquired by Turner Capital Inc. in 2010. There she led the design and implementation of all sales and marketing strategies. Under her leadership and guidance, IDI was honored with the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce Startup Business of the Year Award in 1996 and recognized again by the State of Florida in 2002 for the ability to successfully hold facility service related contracts longer than any known or published small woman owned business. By staying ahead of the trends and understanding indoor environmental issues, Lisa begin to focus on large scale facilities such as the FAA, Delta Airlines, Homebanc, Coca-Cola, Lockheed-Martin, and the Georgia Lottery. Her transition from Florida to Georgia in 2002 resulted in great success after winning contracts with these facilities.
Certified as an Indoor Environmental Consultant by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC) currently known as The Clean Trust, Lisa's area of expertise rest in applied microbial remediation , health & safety of indoor environments, water damage restoration, upholstery-fabric-
Applying the same knowledge as used when creating derma-glove, Lisa also created a unique line of infection control products with invis-0-bond™ technology. These products are used in conjunction and within the certification programs . Lisa is not only able to implement these unique programs but is also equipped to train organizations as well as individuals. In addition to her many accomplishments, Lisa has successfully gotten derma-glove into Coca-Cola's Healthworks division, Coca-Cola's medical department, the Georgia Aquarium, Lockheed-Martin and the Georgia Lottery. Lisa continues to serve as the architect and brains behind the derma-glove®