Lisa Renee Taylor Sturgeon and her husband Steven Todd Sturgeon both attended DePauw University in Greencastle, Greencastle Township, Putnam County, Indiana, United States. They are residents of Greenville, Floyd County, Indiana.
Aside from Greenville, Lisa has lived in other parts of Indiana including Indianapolis and Speedway. Here are 13 more things about her:
- She previously lived in Falls Church, Virginia, USA, in Columbus, Ohio, USA and in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA.
- She is 3 years younger than Todd. They have two sons together.
- From 1985 to 1989, she attended DePauw University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in mathematics.
- From December 1993 to June 1999, she worked as an education evangelist, an instructor and a consultant at Powersoft, which was later acquired by Sybase, in Indianapolis and in Washington, D.C., USA.
- In 1997, she gave birth to Connor Sturgeon.
- In 1999, she graduated from the University of Indianapolis where she earned her master’s degree in management. In the same year, she founded Sturgeon Solutions, Inc., which provided exceptional development and consulting services on various applications in Indianapolis until 2005.
- In 2000, she gave birth to Cameron Sturgeon.
- From June 2003 to September 2005, she was a senior consultant and a subject matter expert at EG&G Technical Services in Indianapolis.
- From August 2005 to September 2013, she was a subject matter expert and a program manager at Tri Star Engineering in Indianapolis.
- From September 2013 to May 2017, she was a senior advisor at H2 Performance Consulting in Louisville.
- In June 2017, she joined Humana in Louisville as an information technology and software engineering manager.
- In November 2021, she became a Humana associate director in Louisville.
- She was 55 years old when her son Connor was fatally shot on April 10, 2023 by Louisville Metro Police Department officers at the Old National Bank in Louisville after Connor opened fire at the bank, killing four employees and injuring nine others. On April 11, 2023, her family released a statement, which was obtained by WDRB, saying, “No words can express our sorrow, anguish, and horror at the unthinkable harm our son Connor inflicted on innocent people, their families, and the entire Louisville community. We mourn their loss and that of our son, Connor. We pray for everyone traumatized by his senseless acts of violence and are deeply grateful for the bravery and heroism of the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department.” On April 27, 2023, she and Todd were interviewed on the NBC show “TODAY“.
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