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About Lisa, our Director.

BA (Hons) Economics. Msc Recreation Management.

Lisa has been working in the local authority leisure industry for 20 years; working as a consultant for the previous 10 years. Lisa’s career in the industry started at operational level managing local authority leisure centres. She continued to gain experience by heading up a business development department of one of the leading local authority leisure contractors in the UK. She joined Max Associates in 2008, and is now a Director.  She is a former member and board member (Treasurer) of the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport & Physical Activity (CIMSPA).

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Lisa’s Testimonials

“The level of detail in the financial analysis was impressive. The report has been taken forward to decision-makers and is regarded as a solid piece of work upon which implementation of leisure developments may be based. Lisa and her colleagues remained flexible, approachable and highly committed to the project throughout. I would recommend Max’s services to any other council looking for delivery of similar projects.”

Michael Walker
Trafford Council

“I would highly recommend Max Associates for their technical knowledge, structured approach and more importantly, their ability to successfully engage with a wide range of stakeholders. Lisa demonstrated an excellent understanding of the political context and was able to provide a flexible approach to inspire confidence and deliver results.”

Claire Walker
Middlesbrough Council

“Following the successful completion of Southampton City Councils’ Sport and Recreation Partnerships Project, I would like to formally offer my sincere thanks to Mark and Lisa. Their support (and at times patience) was excellent and I really have enjoyed working with such a professional organisation. On behalf of Southampton City Council, thank you for al your hard work, expertise and experience you brought to the project.”

Jayne Ludden
Sport and Recreation Manager
Southampton City Council

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