Lisa Fujie Parks
Lisa works to promote community environments that support health and safety, with a focus on strategies to address community determinants of health to promote health equity, and multi-sector strategies to foster community resilience and prevent injury and trauma. Lisa provides leadership for PI's training, technical assistance and consultation services across topical areas to national, state, and local coalitions, government agencies, foundations and community organizations. Lisa is experienced in strategy development, policy development, policy advocacy, program design, and program evaluation, and has authored numerous reports. She has designed, implemented, and evaluated local and state-level prevention initiatives employing policy, communications, and coalition-building strategies. Lisa also has extensive experience providing leadership in national primary prevention initiatives and capacity building efforts; developing training curricula and tools; providing in-person and online training and technical assistance (TAT); and facilitating learning networks. Lisa also helped to build the capacity of schools and community-based organizations to foster environments that support adolescent health, with a focus on supporting healthy relationships among young people. Prior to her public health work, Lisa worked in the housing and community development field. Lisa has a BA in International Studies and a Masters in Public Health.