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Lisa Randolph

Lisa Randolph is CEO and Founder of Kaizen Endeavors Inc., which comprises subsidiaries created to fulfill the mission of enhancing the lives of people and the planet through business. One of the companies is “Your Kaizen Coach” a business coaching and consulting firm, which collaborates with entrepreneurs, small corporations, and non-profits to launch or grow their business or organization. She is also a published author, facilitator, speaker and podcaster. Lisa is a native of Tulsa, Oklahoma where she graduated from Booker T. Washington High School. She has been an influencer in business and entrepreneurial space for more than 26 years. Before venturing out on her own as a full-time entrepreneur in 1996, she worked for The Marriott and Omni Hotel Corporations, as a sales marketing manager. She is passionate about empowering Young Girls and Women to discover their leadership voice and entrepreneurial skills within. She has served on numerous boards in various capacities. She is the Past Board President and Mentor for The Dream Angels Organization, which is a mentoring organization for girls’ grades 3-12. She has served as a mentor for “Girls Going Places” Entrepreneurship Program, has mentored high school girls in the Richardson School District through its Professional Internship Program. Lisa has also served as a “Peace Through Business” Mentor for The Institute of Economic Empowerment of Women, which mentors women business owners from Rwanda and Afghanistan on business related issues. Lisa holds a BA in Advertising and Marketing from The University of Oklahoma and Associate Degree in Hotel Management. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated, Thriving Coaches Alumnae, Leadership Texas| Women Alumnae, and member of WRISE (Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainability). When not working she enjoys spending time with family and friends, organic gardening, listening to music, going to the movies, playing her drums, reading spiritual and personal growth books, playing racquetball, pickleball and just “BEING instead of Doing.” She's discovered the joys of napping, even during the workweeks. According to Lisa, those power naps makes all the difference in the world!

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