Lisa Beck - Biography

Lisa H. Beck

Lisa is an integral part of the FrontLine Team and provides the company an invaluable resource for public involvement services in Southern Utah.  She was the Project Manager for FrontLine on the $78 Million Dixie Drive Interchange and Collector project.  She was also PM on the Kanab Main Street rebuild and more than 16 other projects in Region 4.  She worked for Dave for more than 11 years prior to "retiring" to finish seeing her children through their important school years.  She has once again joined Dave and brings a wealth of skills and experience.

Lisa has managed a number of challenging projects and has worked extensively with citizen groups and civic organizations as well as the private business sector.  She was instrumental in developing a sophisticated marketing program for the Utah State Office of Education, Applied Technology Education division.

She is an extremely talented writer and a real people person.  Lisa has had broad experience in all aspects of Public Involvement, Advertising and Marketing.  Recently Lisa was the Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Beck Paving.  Prior to that she handle Marketing and Public Relations for Timberline Development.

She started her career at Channel 13 in Salt Lake City where she was a Commercial Producer and later the Public Service Director for the station.   She then joined Asay Marketing (now FrontLine) where she worked on several accounts and was Account Executive on the Big O Tire Account for both the local Big O Tire dealers and the National Big O Tire company.

During the 2002 Olympics, Lisa was the Volunteer Coordinator for Canada House.  She is also a HASS Council Member at Utah State University.

Lisa is a graduate of Utah State University with a B.S. in English.  She was a member of the school's elite "Aggette" drill team while attending college.  She was also an attendant to Miss Rodeo Utah. She enjoys studying and researching cancer treatment and cure issues as well as reading, quilting, exercise, jeeping and her family.

She now resides in New Harmony, Utah about half way between St. George and Cedar City with her husband, Gene and four children.