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Monday Member Spotlight: Lisa Guliano


Lisa Guliano is a dedicated Superintendent at the Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities, where she tirelessly works to improve the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities. Beyond her professional achievements, Lisa is a proud Cleveland Browns fan and has a passion for dancing, particularly the lively polka. As a second-generation American with Sicilian roots on her father's side, she embraces her heritage and values her family's history. Lisa's involvement as a Rotarian holds a special place in her heart, as she cherishes the friendships she has made and the unwavering support she has received from the community. When she's not making a difference in the lives of others, Lisa finds joy in spending quality time with her beloved grandson.


FUN FACTS

  1. I'm a proud Cleveland Browns Fan!

  2. I love to dance and can polka!

  3. I am second generation born in the US on my Dad's side from Sicily!

FUN QUESTIONS


Choose one song to play every time you walk into a room. What song and why "Put on a Happy Face" It was the first song I tap danced to in my first recital at age 4 and the words are a mantra to live by!

You wrote a book about your career so far. What would the title be and why? "Looking Back, There was a Plan!" I never imagined the career and life path I've traveled and all that led to it makes sense now!

What’s your #1 bucket list item? Visiting Italy and Ireland with my family.

 

FAVORITE THINGS

FOOD: Eggplant Parmigiana

SNACK/CANDY: Potato Chips/Peanut M & Ms

RESTAURANT: Sardinia's in Sarasota, Florida

MOVIE: Mama Mia!

TV SHOW: This Is Us

MUSIC/BAND: Too many to name - favorites from many genres and over several decades!

SONG: Dancing Queen

HOBBY: Anything my grandson loves to do!

SPORT/TEAM: Football - Cleveland Browns and Notre Dame

BOOK: Ask me after I'm retired!

VACATION SPOT: Venice, Florida

STORE: Dorothy Lane Market - it's like being in Food Heaven!

SEASON: Fall

 

IN DA CLUB


Why did you join Rotary? To learn about the community and make connections when I first moved here.


What is your favorite part of being a Rotarian?

The friends I have made and the support I've had over the years plus what we do as a group to contribute to our community.

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