Management Team

Meet the Supervisors

Lisa Tinsley, BS - Team Supervisor

Lisa Tinsley is a committed and supportive professional with a background in education and social services with a focus in trauma informed care. She has served as a certified nursing assistant, SAFE certified adoption and foster care licensing specialist, and managed the Caring Companion Program along with aging and disability case management at the Area Agency on Aging (AAA). Lisa finds purpose in making meaningful connections in the community and feels privileged to join families and individuals in their life journey.

Lisa graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2012 with bachelor’s degrees in liberal studies with an emphasis in non-profit and in human resources along with graduate studies in leadership and education. Prior to graduating from Grand Valley State University, Lisa was a Michigan certified dog obedience trainer and a music teacher and classroom aide at several Michigan schools and at the Prep School Academy in Bloomington, Indiana.

Lisa and her family are self-proclaimed foodies and enjoy cooking out and discovering fun new restaurants. Lisa also enjoys hiking, long exploratory bike rides, reading, creative writing and attending music concerts.

Amanda Mundy, BS - Team Supervisor

Amanda is a compassionate professional dedicated to helping others by providing caring, knowledge-based case management to individuals with a variety of challenges. She has over a decade of experience working with the Indiana Medicaid Waiver program, serving as a direct support professional, area supervisor, and QIDP for the BDS waiver program. Most recently, she has worked as a case manager for the A&D waiver program. As someone with family members being served by both Indiana waivers, Amanda’s goal is to provide the type of case management she would like for her own family member: caring, competent, reliable, and willing to listen and advocate for an individual’s best interests. Amanda finds purpose in building trust and connection with individuals to help them face their challenges and meet their goals together. 

Amanda graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in Counseling from Ball State University in 2012. She worked in various capacities to serve individuals with developmental disabilities and their families through the waiver program before taking a hiatus from social work in 2021 and working as a sales and customer service representative at a construction company. In 2023, Amanda realized her passion and returned to social work with a goal to make an impactful difference in the lives of others. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, binge-watching Netflix, watching sports, cooking, reading, and being a dog mom to her two dogs!