HopeTree Appoints Chief Financial Officer

Oct 19, 2022 | 0 comments

SALEM, Va. (October 19, 2022) – HopeTree Family Services, a leader in life enrichment and mental health services, has appointed Lisa Lambrecht as Chief Financial Officer. In this role, she will oversee HopeTree’s statewide financial operations, business office, and information technology.

Lambrecht brings a wealth of knowledge in finance and accounting to the team, including 20 years of senior leadership experience leading projects for different types of corporate clients of varying sizes during her tenure. “We could not be more pleased that Lisa chose HopeTree,” said Jon Morris, President and CEO of HopeTree. “Her skills, education and experience are impeccable.  But her leadership and commitment to our core values truly makes her perfect for HopeTree.”

“The opportunity with HopeTree was a marriage of passion, purpose and values for me,” explains Lambrecht. “I have always felt my purpose in life was to serve the community while using my talents to help improve the lives of others. A philosophy of people helping people and being good stewards with the gifts entrusted to us is what drew me to the credit union industry. I found these same ideals, and so much more, in HopeTree’s core values of Ministry, People, Stewardship, Excellence and Accountability.”

Lambrecht is a graduate of Old Dominion University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and an M.B.A. with an Accounting Specialization from Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University. Lambrecht comes to HopeTree with 23 years of accounting and executive leadership experience in the credit union industry with her most recent role being Executive Vice President of ValleyStar Credit Union.

Originally, from Chesapeake, Virginia, Lambrecht spent 13 years in Richmond before settling in Franklin County in 2019. In her free time, Lambrecht enjoys camping, hiking, riding ATVs, kayaking, and spending time with her husband, two children, and friends.

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