Lisa Hanlon takes the issues Native Americans currently face very seriously. Her personal heritage has driven her to become a leader on the board of the Land O'Lakes American Connection Project, and the DFW Minority Supplier Development Council (MSDC). It led her to help formulate the Native American Business Association (NABA), created to lead, connect and empower this specific community of companies. Lisa aims now to make sure GrayWolves Telecom contributes to making seamless, high quality wireless communications and connectivity possible in the nation’s Tribe Lands
As Executive Chairman for GrayWolves Telecom, Lisa oversees execution of the company’s strategic goals and initiatives. Concurrently, she is Executive Chairman & CEO and also the co-founder of Teltech Group. Lisa began her telecom career overseeing OEM and strategic partner relationships in the secondary market industry. Besides serving on the Board of Directors of the DFW MSDC and NABA, she is the co-founder of Women for Wounded Warriors, a non-profit organization that provides resources, support, and employment opportunities for spouses, family members and caregivers for our American Veterans.
Lisa studied pre-med at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro and the University of Colorado-Boulder and is a graduate of the Tuck-WBENC Executive Education Program. Lisa also completed executive management courses at Northwestern University’s prestigious Kellogg School of Management.