Lisa Buehler

Owner, Allegra Print & Imaging of Arkansas, Inc., Image360

HOME: Kansas City, Missouri; Moved to Arkansas in 1990

“WELL BEHAVED WOMEN SELDOM MAKE HISTORY.” — LAUREL THATCHER ULRICH

As any business owner can attest, time is not easy to come by and is not to be taken for granted. But despite the amount of time required of her at Allegra & Image360, Lisa Buehler still dedicates plenty of what she has leftover to her community, serving as board chair for the Arkansas Zoological Foundation and as a board member of Women & Children First. At home, she is a wife of more than 30 years, a mother and a grandmother.

Lisa Buehler

Owner, Allegra Print & Imaging of Arkansas, Inc., Image360

HOME: Kansas City, Missouri; Moved to Arkansas in 1990

“WELL BEHAVED WOMEN SELDOM MAKE HISTORY.” — LAUREL THATCHER ULRICH

As any business owner can attest, time is not easy to come by and is not to be taken for granted. But despite the amount of time required of her at Allegra & Image360, Lisa Buehler still dedicates plenty of what she has leftover to her community, serving as board chair for the Arkansas Zoological Foundation and as a board member of Women & Children First. At home, she is a wife of more than 30 years, a mother and a grandmother.

FIRST BIG BREAK:

It’s been more of a series of chain reactions, not so much a big break. I was taught the value of education, hard work and a good work ethic by my parents.

SURPRISING FACT:

I have volunteered at the Little Rock Zoo in different capacities since 1997.

LESSONS LEARNED DURING THE PANDEMIC:

Being nimble and pivoting quickly to keep moving forward was critical during the pandemic.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

Creative projects. I’ve always told anyone who asks: When it stops being fun, it’s time to find something else to do. Thirty years later, it’s still fun!

MOST ADMIRABLE QUALITY IN WOMEN:

I admire authentic, tenacious women who are willing to take a stand for their passions.

FIRST BIG BREAK:

It’s been more of a series of chain reactions, not so much a big break. I was taught the value of education, hard work and a good work ethic by my parents.

SURPRISING FACT:

I have volunteered at the Little Rock Zoo in different capacities since 1997.

LESSONS LEARNED DURING THE PANDEMIC:

Being nimble and pivoting quickly to keep moving forward was critical during the pandemic.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

Creative projects. I’ve always told anyone who asks: When it stops being fun, it’s time to find something else to do. Thirty years later, it’s still fun!

MOST ADMIRABLE QUALITY IN WOMEN:

I admire authentic, tenacious women who are willing to take a stand for their passions.

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