I'm also paraphrasing the following so that it doesn't give away the site I got it from. Seems like she'd have to be older than 25 to have accomplished all this, or would have had to start at an early age. It's impressive, though, if true.
Before starting [at her present firm], she worked at KenKao Design Lab in Cambridge, MA working on smaller residential projects. After graduation, she worked for SRG Partnership in Portand, Oregon. There she gained experience working on several different projects, including Lillis Business Complex at University of Oregon; Science Center at University of Puget Sound; and Veterinary Medicine 3A at University of California at Davis.
She received her Master in Architecture from Syracuse University. Her undergraduate degree was in Linguistics from Barnard College/Columbia University.
Lisa served as the Associate Director for the AIA Portland Chapter for over 4 years. In 2003, she served as the AIA Regional Associate Director, which covers Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, Guam and Asia. She also has participated in Architects in Schools and SMART programs.