Lisa Babin is a native of Baton Rouge and a four-time graduate of Louisiana State University. Dr. Babin earned her Ph. D. in Human Resource Education and Workforce Development and her research interests include faculty job satisfaction and work-family conflict. She attended St. Gerard Elementary School, Redemptorist Junior High School, and graduated from Redemptorist High School in 1986. She has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Minor in English Literature, a Master of Public Administration and Educational Specialist Certificate in Higher Education from LSU. She has over 15 years of teaching experience in K-12 through higher education and has held administrative positions at various institutions including LSU, Baton Rouge Community College and University of Phoenix.
She has been an adjunct faculty member at the University of Phoenix for 14 years and was named 2006 Faculty of the Year, an honor bestowed on her by her students. She is also an adjunct faculty member at Upper Iowa University teaching research methods.
In 2012, she earned LSU’s School of Human Resource Education Student Academic Achievement Award and was installed as a member of Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society. She is also a member of Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society. She has served on the Executive Board of the Association for Talent Development – Baton Rouge Chapter and currently serves on the board of Microbusiness Enterprise Corporation of Ascension (MBECA), an entrepreneurship development roundtable.