Isabelle (Lisa) Klier-Graham

Division Manager, Orange County Mental Health and Homelessness Division, Orlando, Florida

Isabelle (Lisa) Klier-Graham

Isabelle “Lisa” Klier-Graham is division manager for the Mental Health and Homelessness Division.

Mental Health and Homelessness ensures that quality mental health services are available and accessible in communities across Orange County. Providing a wide range of services for adults and youth, the Division works through a network of community partners, providers and advocacy groups.

“Orange County is becoming a leading voice in the ongoing discussion to provide mental health access to some of our society’s most vulnerable. I am proud to be a part of that conversation,” says Lisa Klier-Graham, who offers more than two decades of experience in Orange County Government, serving in several progressively responsible positions.

Prior to assuming her new role within Community and Family Services, Lisa Graham served as the health services program administrator within Orange County’s Health Services Department. In that role, she led a team of psychiatric and licensed mental health clinicians. Lisa Graham spearheaded several key initiatives, including founding the Orange County Jail Medication Assisted Treatment Clinic and initiating the Orange County’s telehealth psychiatric services for incarcerated individuals.

For more than 20 years, Lisa Graham has served as an equal opportunity director within the United States Air Force Reserve. Serving the 920th Rescue Wing Equal Opportunity Office, she continues to serve as a senior advisor on matters related to human relations, discrimination, climate assessments and suicide prevention.