Liza Bush has a deep personal faith, a professional background in children’s advocacy and a personal love for the Deaf community and American Sign Language. After embarking on a journey to learn ASL in Washington, DC in 2012, Liza discovered Signs for Hope and the intersection of all three passions in one amazing organization. Since 2012, she has assisted Signs for Hope in a research, prayer and consulting capacity as a member of the Advisory Board.
Liza holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in Mass Communication, a Master’s in Public Administration and a Juris Doctorate from Louisiana State University. Before becoming a full time, stay-at-home mother, Liza worked in children’s courts in Louisiana and Washington, DC, primarily with the organization Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Liza, her husband Johnathan and their two small boys serve as North American Missionaries for the Southern Baptist Convention, through Johnathan’s work as a Navy Chaplain. They are currently stationed at Naval Air Station/Joint Reserve Base New Orleans, Louisiana.