If you need anything while you’re at TEECOM, chances are Lisa will be able to help you. She thrives on multitasking: Managing new enrollments, reviewing contracts, coordinating with vendors, and assisting with finance are all part of Lisa’s daily routine. With a teaching / management background, Lisa is TEECOM’s motivator. She is always available to offer an education on the TEECOM processes and tools. Her goal is to help enhance the work experience for the entire TEEm while streamlining processes. Her leadership has also propelled TEECOM to become a certified green business. The Green Queen (that’s what we like to call her) is passionate about the environment, and that passion has become infectious throughout the office.
Mahika Moki of Gray Horse
Lisa’s only son is off to college, but her nest isn’t empty. Her 12-year-old Siberian Husky, Moki, keeps her on her toes. This escape artist has learned the trade of manipulation, and knows how to ring a bell to get what she wants when she wants it. From a champion family line, Moki’s full name represents her pedigree: Mahika Moki of Gray Horse. “Mahika” is the Native American Algonquin tribe word for “wolf clan,” and “Moki” comes from the Native American Hopi tribe word for “deer,” the animal whose color and grace she possesses.
Farm to Table
As an athlete (three-time marathon runner here!), Lisa understands that food is fuel. But, she also believes it should taste amazing. Exploring local farmers markets always give Lisa inspiration. She and her family have embraced the farm to table concept. Whether canning their own tomatoes, fermenting sauerkraut, making vinegar, or brewing beer, Lisa knows that simple ingredients taste much better when they are made with some love. Next on the list, homemade kimchi. The TEEm hopes she’ll make enough to share!
Blessing in Disguise
After an injury forced Lisa to retire from running, she took up cycling, a hobby she now enjoys with her son. Point Richmond, Coyote Hills, and the San Leandro Marina are some of their favorite rides. And when she needs advice for her next cycling adventure, she looks to the unofficial TEECOM bike TEEm. They even helped her plan a 55-mile ride for her 55th birthday.