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Lisa was born and raised in Texas.  At the age of 12 she was recruited there by talent scouts for Disney to be in the New Mickey Mouse Club.  She moved to California and went from being a Mouseketeer to Blair Warner at the Eastland School for Girls for the NBC comedy “The Facts of Life”. 

What many people don’t know is in the early 80s, Lisa had quite a successful second career as a gospel singer and was even nominated for a Grammy in 1984 for her contemporary Christian album, “All Because of You”.  Then she met Steven Cauble, and Lisa made a rather easy decision for her and joyously became a full-time wife and mother and homeschool teacher for her three children.  As Haven, Clancy and Tucker grew up, Lisa became an author and has published 10 books on motherhood, home schooling, discipline and her most recent on adult friendships.  She also launched herself as an inspirational speaker at churches and conferences and even founded “Momtime Ministries”, a religious network of mothers’ groups supporting each other.  After her divorce, in 2012, Lisa landed in the Philippines and participated in one of her favorite shows CBS’ Survivor and tied for second place, voted fan favorite and received a $100,000 cash prize and a case of West Nile virus! Her most recent career tack is becoming a successful life coach and the The latest?  Lisa can be seen Sunday nights on METV hosting the show “collector’s call” and her latest book as I previously mentioned is titled, “Friendship for Grown-Ups”.

Newly remarried to psychologist Pete Harris, Lisa lives in Nashville and Los Angeles and is the proud CoCoMaMa of two grandchildren (one of whom is on the way and it’s a BOY)!

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