Profile of Lisa McMullan

As Development Manager, Lisa works across The Women’s Organisation’s sites in Liverpool and Manchester, developing projects and partnerships at local, national and international levels.

Lisa has a wealth of experience in women's enterprise support and European projects, built throughout her career, initially as a Business Advisor and Trainer, at local enterprise agencies and Business Link Merseyside. From here she joined Liverpool City Council to manage an ESF project to support women's entrepreneurship that went on to be selected as a model of good practice by the European Commission.
Following this, Lisa became a self employed Business Advisor & Economic Development Consultant, successfully delivering contracts in the fields of women's enterprise, European project management and evaluation.

Lisa has worked with and supported The Women’s Organisation [formerly Train 2000] since its inception as a partner, associate and as a Manager, working to ensure contracts were delivered successfully and quality services were provided for women entrepreneurs.

She has also worked in EU programme management, spending for 2 years in the Managing Authority for the Northern Ireland / Ireland ERDF INTERREG programmes before returning to the North West to take up her most recent position at The Women’s Organisation.

Lisa has over 10 years experience of social accounting and audit, having gained accreditation in 2000. Since then she has prepared social accounts for Train 2000, assisted and delivered training to a wide range of community based organisations across the UK to support them with their own social accounting and audit processes. Lisa is an experienced social audit panel Chair and is working with Social Audit Forum Nepal to develop its own guide to social accounting and audit.
Lisa has a Masters Degree in Entrepreneurship from Stirling University.