Lisa A. Williams is currently listed as the inventor on three patent applications, and she serves as one of the youngest members in the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) D02 Subcommittee on Grease, where she introduced, balloted and led an international team of volunteers in passing a new industry standard in the field of lubricating grease research.
An accomplished scientist, Williams has published scientific papers in more than 10 industry journals and presented her work at international conferences. She is co-author of the book "Effective Grease Practices" and has been published in the scientific peer-reviewed journal Thermosense by the International Society for Optical Engineering.
In her free time, Williams is also an adjunct professor at York College of Pennsylvania and tutors math and science. She is an active participant in the Junior Achievement program of South Central PA, teaching young scientists at area elementary schools, and is a designated judge for the York County Science Fair.