Lisa Robertson joined QVC as a program host in 1995. In this position, Lisa presents product information, conducts demonstrations, and interacts with on–air guests, celebrities, and viewers.
Lisa began her electronic retailing career in Knoxville, TN at Shop At Home in 1991 and from there went to VIA–TV Home Shopping. Prior to her experience in electronic retailing, Lisa served as the spokesperson for the Cultured Pearl Association of America and Japan, under the auspices of the annual beauty pageant to select "The U.S. Pearl Princess." Lisa was "The U.S. Pearl Princess" in 1990.
In June 1989, Lisa was crowned Miss Tennessee in the Miss America pageant. During her reign, Lisa sang at a New Jersey Nets Game and with the Pride of the South Marching Band at the University of Tennessee's 98,000–seat stadium. During that time, Lisa, who is a trained classical violinist, also spent considerable time entertaining by playing the fiddle (Tennessee's chosen instrument), singing, and public speaking.
Lisa has served as the spokesperson for the Tennessee Governor's Drug Free Program, for which she did public speaking in the schools and the business community. She received an Outstanding Service Award from Tennessee Governor Ned McWherter for her efforts on behalf of this program.
Lisa received her B.S. in Long–Term Health Care Administration from Southern College, Collegedale, TN.
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