Lisa Noble

Lisa Noble

Operations Manager



Lisa is thankful to again be a part of the Community of Caring Family. She was hired by Community of Caring in July, 2020 as Senior Advocate Director, and moved into the new position of Client Programs Director in 2021.

Lisa was born in Cripple Creek, Colorado at Hilltop Hospital.  She began her love of service to the community before kindergarten, when she first started volunteering when her mother took her to visit the old folks at the Hospital who were in long-term care.

Lisa attended the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. She subsequently earned certifications in Restorative Nursing, Therapeutic Recreation, and earned her credentials as a Certified Prevention Specialist II.

During her tenure coordinating the Build A Generation process for Southern Teller County, she helped to create and/or run programs that balanced risk and protective factors, decreasing poor or unhealthy choices, and which totaled over 25 million dollars in economic impact for the community by 2014.

Lisa has served on many boards and task forces throughout the years, including the Pikes Peak Juvenile Task Force, the State Task Force on Emerging Drug Trends, Community Partnership Board of Directors, the Regional Interstate Meth Task Force, El Paso /Teller Drug Endangered Children, the Heart of Colorado Philanthropy Days Steering Committee, Teller County Transportation Committee, Teller County Housing Committee, Childcare Task Force, CC-V Schools District Accountability Committee, and Head Start.

Lisa has had many people who have influenced her in life, including her parents, Don and Kathleen (Flanagan) Conley, many friends, teachers, and family, as well as Hermann Hesse,  Ghandi, and David Letterman.

Lisa is most proud of her two boys and their families.  The work in creating opportunities for the community, including the Aspen Mine Center, Head Start/ Early Head Start, and the Mountain View Adventure Park are a legacy she is proud to have been able to be a part of.