At just 17 years old, Lisa Lund began working as an assistant for her father’s mortgage business. A little over a decade later, Lund established her own mortgage operation in 2009. Today, the Lund Mortgage Team funds an average of 60 loans per month with a team of nine employees. In 2015, Lund accepted the Broker of the Year Award from United Wholesale Mortgage and started a program with the mortgage lender to help train other young people who are interested in getting into the mortgage industry.

Lund is a past state president of the Arizona Association of Mortgage Professionals, an organization she has been involved with for the past seven years. She is a strong advocate for the mortgage industry and has lobbied in Washington, DC, for mortgage broker laws. Lund also volunteers her time to the ALS Association and the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center [SARRC], as well as many other local charities. She was recently recognized by SARRC for her support in helping thousands of individuals with autism and their families. She also received recognition in 2014 and 2015 from the Kevin Lloyd Foundation for her commitment to supporting higher education for local students who have been affected by Crohn’s disease or colitis.