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College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences

Educator, 4-H Youth Development/Family and Consumer Sciences
Child/Youth Development, Parenting, Trauma Informed Care, Financial Literacy, Volunteer Management

Lisa Manning is an Extension Educator responsible for both the Lake County 4-H program and the Family and Consumer Sciences program. Lisa is a Licensed Independent Social Worker through the State of Ohio (LISW-S) with an undergraduate degree from Kent State University and a Master of Science Degree in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University. Ms. Manning has over 20 years’ experience working with children and families for programs in Lake, Cuyahoga, and Geauga County. Her areas of experience consist of county children services work, a therapist and supervisor in residential treatment programs with emotionally and behaviorally challenged youth, administration and supervision of community early childhood programming, parenting classes, and clinical practice in private and not for profit agencies providing assessments, individual, group and family counseling with children youth and families with diverse issues and backgrounds. Lisa also had been a Guardian ad Litem in the Domestic Relations court. She is also a certified Parent Project Facilitator.