Lisa Juday joined the Cloth Diaper Connection board in May of 2013 and began serving as the organization’s treasurer in August of the same year. Lisa is married to Tobin and is the mother of two girls: a curly-haired 3 1/2 year old and a soon-to-be walking 13 month old. Lisa got started with cloth diapering by attending the Sprout Swap and starting a stash before her oldest was born. Although her stash contains a wide variety of diapers, prefolds and Flip covers are her go-to diaper. At the latest Swap, Lisa purchased her first woven wrap and is having fun trying out different babywearing wraps with her little one.
Cloth Diaper Connection is important to Lisa because she believes we are called to help care for our neighbors in need. Cloth diapers can be a huge stress relief for families as it allows them to save money and change their baby as often as necessary without having to worry about whether they’re going to run out of diapers. On top of that, there’s the huge environmental benefit of keeping thousands of diapers out of landfills. This is just one small way Lisa is able to assist families struggling to succeed and better our planet all at the same time.
Lisa is a graduate of The Ohio State University and has worked at Nationwide Insurance for almost 12 years. She is an actuary in the Personal Lines R&D department and manages a team of data and analytics experts. Lisa has also served as the Treasurer for her local church for the past two years. When she’s not working, volunteering, or taking care of her little ones, Lisa can often be found baking desserts for upcoming gatherings with family or friends.