About Living Full Company


Lisa  Brown is a wife and mom originally from the Navajo Reservation in New Mexico. Lisa grew up in an Indigenous, rural community where she was often called upon to have helping hands. She developed skills for cooking and homemaking by spending precious time with her mother and grandmothers. Lisa also spent time outdoors helping sand cast and polish sterling silver pieces with her father, a Navajo silversmith. There was always an opportunity to learn and be creative!

With passion and persistence, Lisa obtained her B.S. Kinesiology, Masters in Elementary Education, and obtained a Doctorate in Educational Leadership. In 2015, life was was about to get better. She delivered a baby boy on the same day of her doctoral graduation! And when family life began, Lisa found her calling in being a helper to her husband Nate, mother and teacher of their two children.

In 2021, Lisa wrote the Living Full Cookbook: Making Family Meals Abundantly Good. In it, she encourages families to cook and enjoy meals together which benefit the well being of adults and children. Lisa also shares tools for building better nutrition, and feeding a crowd.

Lisa enjoys teaching and giving back to her Indigenous community. Lisa has done cooking demonstrations for organizations including, Purdue University – NAECC (Native American Education Cultural Center), AISES (American Indian Science Engineering Society), Santa Fe Public Library, and Nike N7. 

Living Full Company is all about creating satisfying food and shared mealtime experiences. Lisa also strives to prepare foods that are naturally and locally sourced and low in sugar. 

Lisa and her husband Nate and their two kids are blessed to live, work, and educate in their home in Little Elm, Texas.

Checkout Living Full Company’s social media pages to find the next market and try Lisa’s homemade baked goods, jams, granola, and other kitchen and home goods!

Living Full Company is a member of the Chickasaw Nation Preferred Vendor Program. A vendor for the Four Seasons Markets in Little Elm and the City of Celina. Lisa holds a food license to ensure compliance for health & safety in selling and abiding by cottage food law.

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