Ja’Lisa L. Brown is a Pittsburgh native and works as the Benefits and HRIS Manager for the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh. As a young girl, her dreams and passions were centered around improving her life and those around her. By combining her extensive skills and experiences, both personal and professional, she aims to equip women to master their lives both personally and professionally, while pursuing their aspirations, without fear, hesitation or doubt.
In addition to her work as a Benefits and HRIS Manager. Ja’Lisa served as the President of the Urban League Young Professionals of Greater Pittsburgh from 2021 through 2023 where she focused on bridging the gap between young professionals and the City of Pittsburgh. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Master of Business Administration in Management from Point Park University. She holds a Strategic Human Resources Business Partner certification from the Human Capital Institute and a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace certificate from the University of South Florida.
Ja’Lisa was the Honoree of the When She Thrives 2019 Changemaker Award, Graduate of Coro Pittsburgh Women in Leadership Cohort 2020, Professional Women’s Network 2021 Ladies Who Lead Honoree, Graduate of The Advancement Leadership Institute (TALI) Emerging Leaders Inaugural Cohort 2022 out of Carnegie Mellon University and the New Pittsburgh Courier FAB40 Class of 2022.