“There are three ways to ultimate success: The first way is to be kind. The second way is to be kind. The third way is to be kind.”

Fred Rogers

Instructional Designer

Lisa Wubbena, BA, MA, MS, is an instructional designer at CWTS, where she develops WBT and LMS courses, designs information graphics, and supports instructional development needs. She is excited to be part of the CWTS team!

Lisa brings nearly thirty years of professional service in the creative, training, and education fields to CWTS. Lisa earned her bachelor’s in English from Florida State University and her first master’s in educational media from Indiana State University. She was a middle school media specialist and video production teacher for seven years before completing a second master’s degree in instructional systems from Florida State University. Upon graduation, she entered the field of instructional design with the Florida Department of Children and Families. Passionate about positive experiences in the lives of children, the move from education to child welfare was a natural fit. Missing direct interactions with youth, Lisa returned to teaching for seven more years, where she branched out into yearbook production, graphic design, Web design, and gifted education. Lisa has worked as an independent consultant since 2006 and has provided senior instructional design and graphic design services for federal, state, and commercial organizations. She has worked with child welfare agencies across the nation and has developed more than thirty instructor-led and Web-based training courses for foster parents, caseworkers, supervisors, child protective investigators, and licensing specialists.

As a resident on the Space Coast of Florida, Lisa enjoys rocket launches from her front lawn, renovating her beach cottage, baking and decorating cookies, cruising, and spending time with her family and friends.


Lisa.Wubbena@ucdenver.edu