National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
Greater Newark Baseball League Opening Day 16
Drones for Delaware
UAW Local 1183 Community Empowerment Event
Glasgow Bark Park Grant Opening
Newark Community Days
Wellness Fair at the Newark Senior Center
Presenting a grant check to the Newark Senior Center
Honoring Tanisha Merced as a Distinguished Young Lawyer by the Delaware Bar Association.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller
5th District Safety and Information Meeting
Presenting a grant check to the Pencader Heritage Area Association
Councilwoman Lisa Diller was sworn in to a new 4 year term on November 10. 2014.
Lisa Diller was sworn-in as a member of the NCC Council on Feb. 27, 2009. The ceremony was conducted Clerk of the Peace Ken Boulden.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller and State Representative Ed Osienski helped to celebrate Greater Newark Baseball Opening Day.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller presented a $500 grant to the University of Delaware Cooperative Extension.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller presented a resolution to the Girl Scounts of the Chesapeake Bay Council.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller presented a grant to the Newark Area Welfare Committee to help those in need.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller joined other Council Members in presenting a Council Resolution recognizing Child Abuse Prevention Month,
Councilwoman Lisa Diller and the kids from the Kindness Matters Club at the Greater Newark Food Drive.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller presented a grant to Terry Foreman of the Newark Arts Alliance to support their Art to Go Program for local youth.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller co-hosted the Brookside Community Resources Fair.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller presented a grant to Mary Ellen Green and Nancy Berry representing Homeward Bound.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller presented a grant to Gene Zaborowski representing the Newark Area Welfare Fund
Councilwoman Lisa Diller presented a check to Terry Foreman representing the Newark Arts Alliance.
Councilwoman Diller presented a grant to the volunteers representing the HOPE Dining Room.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller thanking both volunteers and NCC employees for the work they performed to improve Iron Hill Park.
Councilwoman Lisa Diller participating in the dedication of Robert L. Melson Lane in Iron Hill Park.
Lisa Diller is a long term resident of Newark and the former pastor of the Christiana Presbyterian Church in historic Christiana Village. Lisa Diller is married to John Tobin. Lisa and John attended the University of Delaware as undergraduates and they returned to the community because they thought it would be a great place to raise their family. They live with their daughter Mei in Newark.