Lisa Foley

Vice President

21550 Oxnard Street Suite 400
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Phone:  (818) 598-6415
Cell:  (714) 742-6165

Lisa Foley is a Vice President and Broker with CRC. As a Broker she’s responsible for calling on retailers and collaborating with underwriters to ensure that every client benefits from top-quality coverage with the best terms possible.

Lisa received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from California State at Fullerton. She joined the insurance industry as an account manager for a retail firm shortly after graduating in 1989 and transitioned to the wholesale side of the business in 1996. Lisa knew she wanted to expand her knowledge and skill in the field of insurance and went on to earn an Associate in Surplus Lines Insurance (ASLI) designation.  Lisa invested almost 25 years working with smaller wholesale insurance brokerages prior to joining CRC as a Vice President and Broker in 2015. She’s been an integral part of the CRC team for 4 years and is known as an expert resource in the areas of catastrophic property and surplus lines insurance. Lisa is an excellent, solution-focused communicator, always willing to partner with teammates and clients to discuss issues, overcome obstacles, and pursue unique solutions that meet each client’s needs. She truly enjoys tackling the challenges offered in a constantly evolving marketplace and building lasting relationships with colleagues and clients along the way.

As first-generation Americans, Lisa’s parents worked hard to teach her the importance of perseverance, education, and hard work. As the first woman in her family to graduate from college, Lisa never takes her success for granted. Her relentless work ethic and steadfast commitment to bringing better value and expertise to those she serves earned Lisa recognition as a 2018 High Flier with CRC. In 2019 Lisa has set her sights on expanding her book of business and earning a spot in the CRC leadership conference.

Lisa lives in the San Diego area and enjoys spending her spare time improving her yoga practice, running, training for marathons, and watching a variety of sports with Notre Dame and Pittsburg’s teams topping her list of favorites. Lisa also invests in her local community by volunteering with Rachel’s House, a haven for homeless or abused women, and Solutions for Change, an organization committed to helping families break the cycle of poverty and homelessness.