Award winning Burnley mum puts her talents to work for company owned by business legend Lord Alan Sugar
And while many are turning to online businesses for an income if they have been furloughed or lost their jobs during the pandemic, Lisa has been an expert in the field for two years and was recently promoted to senior manager with the award winning company Tropic.
"It was the best thing I ever did. I’ve built a strong team and made some amazing new friendships," said Lisa.
"Tropic has also given me the ability to work from home and spend more quality time with my son Alexander who is five, " said Lisa, who joined the company in 2018 just as her son was starting nursery.
Four years earlier Lisa had taken voluntary redundancy from the Crown Prosecution Service as she and her husband Shaun wanted to start a family.
Throwing herself into the business has paid off for Lisa who was chosen out of 14,000 ambassadors to attend a photo shoot for the company's new catalogue and leaflets
Lisa said: "It was the most wonderful day, I had my hair and make up done and felt like a model."
Last year Lisa, who is now on track to win the next company trip to Jamaica, also won a visit to company headquarters in Croydon where she spent the day seeing how the products are made with the chance to have a go at making some herself.
Tropic is the brainchild of Susie Ma who sold her first product on Greenwich Market at the age of just 15.
The company became official in 2011 when Susie took part in the seventh series of The Apprentice and Lord Alan Sugar invested in the business as a partner.
In 2013, Tropic launched its social selling business platform with 400 founding sales people. Since then, Tropic has increased its product range to include skincare, body care, hair care, sun care, tanning serums and make up.
One of the major appeals of Tropic is that it is a completely natural cruelty free, vegan brand which you can’t buy in shops, only through an ambassador or online, because they are freshly made to order
It is also very much a 21st century business with the boast it also supports school days in Cambodia, Vietman and Myanmar.
Lisa said: "The first school in Cambodia is now open.
"For every £50 spent a child in these countries gets one school day. My team, since it started on September 1st last year has, to date, given 2,482 school days.
"We are so proud of that achievement."