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Vice President Lisa Bishop is a leader in the firm’s Geospatial and Remote Sensing business. She has more than 25 years of military and government consulting experience in this field.
She is an expert in imagery and geospatial analysis and program management and has 23 years of experience supporting the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and predecessor organizations. Lisa served in the U.S. Army for 4 years as an Imagery Analyst in Germany and at the Joint Imagery Production Center in Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Shield/Storm.
Since joining Booz Allen in 1994, she has been involved in a variety of assignments from normalizing metadata across imagery systems and sensors to identifying cultural features using imagery to building imagery quality scales. Lisa has extensive experience as a leader and program manager leading large and small teams on contracts of varying complexity to satisfy NGA mission needs in training, analysis, collection services, imagery science services, communications, and strategy development.
Lisa served as the co-chair of the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation Tradecraft and Professional Development Committee where she helped industry tackle the hard issue of certification as a means of professional development. She was on the Chantilly Youth Association Soccer Board for 5 years and coached soccer teams for both her daughters through high school. She is still active in her community participating in Rebuilding America, Special Olympics, and the 9-11 Day of Service in Washington, DC.
Lisa graduated from California State University, Long Beach with a B.S. in Speech Communications.
Profile Updated April 2017