Lisa, a Texas Certified Shorthand Reporter for 27 years, launched her career after graduating from Professional Court Reporting School in Richardson in 1995. She commenced her journey by working for a freelance firm in Dallas. In 2003, Lisa established her own reporting firm, Hundt Reporting, where she actively worked as a reporting professional until 2013. Throughout her extensive career, Lisa has tackled a wide range of reporting assignments, spanning from straightforward car accident cases to highly intricate intellectual property litigation. She excels in providing real-time services for various proceedings. Lisa's expertise extends to offering closed captioning and CART services. Notably, she served as the on-site court reporter for President George W. Bush's Presidential Library Dedication, where her transcripts were promptly delivered to the media and are allegedly archived in the United States National Archives. Outside of her reporting responsibilities, Lisa engages in billiards as a team player, though she certainly maintains her primary profession. Moreover, she dedicates her time to volunteering as a CASA volunteer for the past 2 years and extends numerous hours serving veterans in her community. Lisa's interests also encompass travel and scuba diving with her fiancé.