Lisa Safaeinili, M.P.H.
Lisa Safaeinili, M.P.H., has experience working with public and private non-profits agencies since 1988. She has a B.S. degree from Iowa State University in Pre-Medical Studies, is a Registered Dietitian, and has a Masters in Public Health from UC Berkeley.
Lisa is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences, and noted trainer at the state, county, and local levels. Most recently, she spoke at the 15th Annual World Congress on Insulin Resistance, Diabetes, and Cardiovascular disease in November 2017. She has been instrumental in starting a variety of programs including a countywide health and safety program for Cooperative Extension through Cornell University in New York. She also founded the S.A.R.T. International Victimization Prevention Program through Federal Stop Violence Against Women funds and was recognized by U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno for this model program. Her work has been featured both locally and nationally, including federal publications like Promising Practices for the Get A Grip Teen Healthy Communities / Alcohol Prevention Program she developed for the State of Iowa, and a social norms project called “Filling the Media Gap,” which she began in the 1990’s for universities in Iowa. Lisa has written, developed, and managed grants of over $10 million for various non-profit organizations.