As a principal with Brown Reynolds Watford Architects, Lisa is both principal and studio director for K-12 and University Projects. Under her studio leadership BRW has completed projects across the state including DCCCD's El Centro West campus, Texas A&M Liberal Arts and Humanities Building, various K-12 projects, including Fort Worth ISD's first CHPS Verified school, John T. White Elementary and Dallas ISD's Thelma Richardson Elementary.
Lisa is a graduate of the University of Michigan where she received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture followed by a Master of Architecture. Over the past two decades Lisa has been involved in a number of leadership roles within AIA including VP programs/Secretary, Gala chair, Commissioner of Communications, and Design Awards committee. Other affiliated professional organizations include Dallas Architectural Foundation, Dallas Urban Design Advisory Committee, and most recently 2012 president of the North Texas Chapter of CEFPI. Lisa resides in the Lake Highlands area of Dallas with her husband of 31 years Robert W. Lamkin, AIA and daughter Elyssa.