Lisa Fine has been added to Celebrities Who Give Philanthropic Influencer list for her work to bring awareness to Gun Violence. Fine is a Survivor of the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival shooting on October 1, 2017. She & Survivor, Brian Claypool were in the same row, 11 seats away from each other & ended up on the same CNN interview with Chris Cuomo the next day. They instantly connected & formed a friendship upon the same belief that they needed to make the world a better place after the tragedy they experienced alongside 22,000 country music fans from all over the world. Together they founded Route91Strong Nonprofit with a group of Survivors alongside trusted experts; Their teams mission is to offer hope, financial assistance, raise awareness & gather resources to support Victims, Survivors & Loved Ones impacted by gun violence.
Fine has been featured on Good Morning America, 20/20, Nightline, CNN, MSNBC, HLN, MSNBC, Time Magazine, Nancy Grace Show, FoxNews, CBS News, BBC World News, local & national radio & television outlets sharing her experience the night of October 1st. That night has changed Lisa Forever & she has become an unstoppable force in turning something horrific into something beautiful and positive alongside the Route91Strong Board of Directors & Team.
Strong poses with Golden Knights supporters at Route 91 Foundation Gala
Fine poses Adrienne Maloof & Jacob Busch at Party honoring the Children’s Hospital & Vegas Survivor charities
Fine attends Annual State Conference for National Alliance on Mental Illness
Outside of philanthropy, Lisa is a Personal Trainer & Nutritionist & Professional Organizer of Fine Organizing Solutions. She is a certified facilitator of Letting Go & Lightening Up for the Mind, Home, Office & Life. Past and present memberships include the National Association of Professional Organizers, local Chamber of Commerce’s & Master Mind groups. Lisa was the headline speaker at the California State Home & Garden Show, was the highlighted expert panelist, featured speaker with the Christina Grimmie Foundation Fundraiser and spoke at the March for Our Lives at the State Capitol to a crowd of over 7000. She served as the Business Development Director of CPA Corporation & Breakthrough Business Results.