Lisa E. Freeman-Lawrence has been awarded a Masters Degree in Education for the area of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
Mrs. Lawrence graduated from White Pine High School in 1994 and received a Bachelor of Arts in History Degree in 1998 from the Northwest Nazarene University. She became interested in a career in education and pursued that path by attending Great Basin College in Elko, and graduating with a degree in Elementary Education in 2005.
Mrs. Lawrence was employed for nine years with the White Pine County School District as a teacher at McGill Elementary School teaching 5th grade as well as becoming the Special Education teacher for two years.
Mrs. Lawrence and her husband Eric relocated to Reno in 2015. She is currently employed at the Sierra Nevada Academy in Stead, NV as a fourth grade teacher.
Mrs. Lawrence has continued her education for several years with many online courses through the Concordia University system. She will walk to receive her degree in Portland, OR in April 2017.
Lisa is the daughter of Carol Freeman of Ely and the granddaughter of Chesney and Betty Larsen formerly of East Ely, now deceased.