Lisa Davis has been researching the UFO/Abduction phenomena for 8 years.
Prior to starting her research into abductions, she worked for the City of San Diego in the Child Health and Disability Program (CHDP).
In 2003, she formed The Foundation for Abduction Research and Support (FFARS). FFARS was formed to educate, support, and empower individuals unwillingly involved in the abduction experience. In addition to it's work with abductees, FFARS provides a worldwide platform of objective information for the general public on the abduction phenomenon www.ffars.com has become the internet's most intellectual study of the abduction phenomenon.
Lisa has had a fascination with astronomy since childhood. Her research has covered many different aspects of philosophy, religion, science, medicine, and the paranormal. One of Lisa's goals is to bring the UFO/Abduction scenario into the mainstream public awareness in a professional and practical manner.
In 2004 the infamous Jim Moseley retired as the NUFOC's Permanent Chairman and Lisa was honored with accepting the position as the new Permanent Chairwoman/Executive Director.
In 2003 Lisa decided to keep NUFOC in Hollywood. She believes that expanding contacts within the entertainment community will greatly assist in raising public awareness of the phenomena. "I took over directing the National UFO Conference not to make money, but rather to advance awareness of the phenomena".
Lisa has been very active in ufology in her hometown. In 2005 she was asked to relieve Rob Baldwin of the San Diego UFO Society, one of the longest running organizations in ufology that continues to hold local meetings. www.sdufo.com
Lisa was interviewed by FATE magazine on "Looking Ahead: UFO Trends for 2006" in Fate Magazine's 2005 UFO Special where she was listed as one of the top 100 UFO researchers in Ufology today.