Lisa A. Meneses, MS, CSHS, MESH
Career Program Manager
Army Civilian Career Management Activity
Fort Rucker, AL 36362
Mrs. Lisa Meneses assumed duties as the Career Program Manager for Career Program (CP) 12 in December 2019. As the CP12 Career Program Manager, Mrs. Meneses is responsible for the execution of Army training, education, and professional development programs and activities for CP12. As the CPM, Mrs. Meneses provides an essential, critical link between command strategic planning and career program training, education, and professional development programs and functions as a liaison between the Career Program Proponency Office and CP12 Careerists.
Mrs. Meneses ended her active duty service in September 2003, after 10 years of honorable and faithful service with the United States Navy as a Hospital Corpsman. Mrs. Meneses worked as a Public Health Educator from October 2003 until November 2009. As a Public Health Educator, Mrs. Meneses managed the MCB Camp Lejeune Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program and Suicide Prevention Program. Mrs. Meneses also served on the II Marine Expeditionary Force Commanding General Readiness Inspection team as the Suicide Prevention Program Inspector.
Mrs. Meneses assumed a position with the Department of Public Safety, MCB, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina as an Occupational Safety and Health Specialist (OSH) in November 2009. Mrs. Meneses served as the Education and Training Coordinator for the Safety Division. Her responsibilities included managing the Ground Safety for Marines course, assisting staff with meeting training requirements, and coordinating and teaching safety training courses for civilians on board MCB Camp Lejeune. Her responsibilities also included mishap investigations, facility inspections, preparing reports of findings, assigning risk assessment codes, and recommending corrective action to eliminate unsafe acts and hazardous conditions.
Mrs. Meneses joined the US Army Combat Readiness Center in January 2012. Her responsibilities included conducting human factors analyses on current trends, accident data, make predictions, and construct targeted countermeasures designed to mitigate human error involvement in accidents. Mrs. Meneses’ responsibilities also included developing new or updating safety programs as well as reviewing directives and proposing changes to reduce human error accidents.
Mrs. Meneses has her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Campbell University, Master of Art in Human Resources Development from Webster University, a Master of Science in Public Health from TUI University, and a Master Certificate in Military Resiliency from Liberty University.