Public Relations, Development and Marketing for Kasem Cares
Lisa is CEO of Go Glossy Public Relations
Lisa has the privilege of working with and guiding purposeful CEO's, leaders and entrepreneurs to get their greatest work into the world. Lisa is a founding board member of the Kasem Cares Foundation and is a member of the Public Relations Society of America. With a 10 year radio career overlapping 20 years in consulting, marketing, branding and growing companies, Lisa uses content and message branding in a 360 degree strategy. Lisa is the best selling author of Color Your Message. She speaks and writes about change, innovation and taking action to create meaningful work. Over the years, Lisa has become widely known as a source of inspiring others to create purposeful paths, guiding growth, business innovation,digital opportunities and media attention. She has founded a few businesses of her own. Start-up and visionaries seek out her tenacity and ability to grow many stages of a company into profitable work.
Her media career has included radio shows, real estate finance books, business marketing show (The Business Experience Show) motivational books, and radio productions on stations such as 97.1 FM, KFWB, KNX 1070, KFMB, and KABC. Today she combines traditional with digital media to enhance public relations, content marketing, and brand messaging with an outside-the-box approach. Utilizing digital journalism, public relations, social media, marketing, and advertising. Lisa's compassion for charity was evident during her upbringing in a poor Texas neighborhood - she volunteered weekly in hospitals and local convalescent homes.
Her philanthropic outreach went international in 2007 when she raised funds, traveled to Brazil, and volunteered at a mission benefiting children and cancer patients, in conjunction with Global Volunteers. Being known as a person to "follow your dreams," she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor in Science degree in Social Psychology from military based Park University. Her innovative and "Go, go, go" nature comes from the mind of a court reporter - one of her early professions (she can read, write and process at 250 words per minute). She coins her ability to connect with people and build teams from a human resources background she was afforded early on when she lived in Texas from a great mentor named Cindy K.
"Taking the time to balance life and celebrate your work is important! Being a mother is one of my greatest joys. My other passions include art, cooking, creative writing, hiking and traveling to remote destinations."
Lisa is proud to serve on the Kasem Cares Foundation with so many great leaders, influencers and communities. It has been a tremendous experience to help others and spread Kerri's voice and cause on a national level. Read "A Message From a Friend," which explains the advocacy our group cares so much about.
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Our Mailing Address:
8840 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 111
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Kindly email the appropriate recipient using the contact form below so that we can properly respond to your inquiry.
E-mail is the best way to contact us, however, you may also leave a voicemail at 213.297.3832 or 949.872.0658
Kerri Kasem is also actively involved in the elder abuse prevention community. For more information, please use the contact form below.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Alert The Team
The definition of elder abuse can be summed up as being an act, knowing and intentional, perpetrated on a person over 65 which causes harm, substantial risk of harm or distress.
In 2010, there were approximately 5.8 million people living in the US who were over the age of 85.
- By 2050, it is estimated that the over 65 year old age group will represent around 20% of the population, of which around 19 million will be over the age of 85 years.
- There are Adult Protective Services (APS’s) in each of the fifty States, but how they are constituted and what they actually do varies considerably, which can be a barrier to effective use of these services.
- Because elders often don’t report abuse, it is hard to get accurate statistics, but research indicates that some 7 – 10% of elders report abuse over the prior year – this doesn’t include financial abuse.
- Reasons that abuse may not be reported include fear of reprisal, impaired understanding of the situation, fear of losing the services of the carer (such as they are) and not wanting to create trouble for the carer.
- It’s thought that as few as one in fourteen cases of elder abuse are ever reported. In New York State the figure is estimated at one in twenty five.
- Significant financial abuse, such as being forced to sign over property, sell or give away assets or change wills, was reported by just over 4% of those surveyed.
- Other forms of abuse include physical, emotional and sexual.
- Abusers are overwhelmingly family members, which can include children, wives, husbands and partners, brothers and sisters, as well as more distant family members. They are thought to make up around 90% of abusers.
- Elders with physical or mental disabilities are more likely to be abused.
- 67% of disabled women and 55% of disabled men reported having been abused by carers over their lifetime. This includes 53% of women who had been sexually abused.
- Around 5 million Americans aged over 65, and half of all those aged over 85, suffer from some form of dementia. This is problematic in two ways. Firstly, because those with dementia may be less capable of reporting abuse, and secondly, because of the strains of caring for those with dementia, which may lead to frustration and distancing for the carer, resulting in abuse.
- Abuse in nursing homes amounts to 7% of the claims reported to Ombudsmen.
- Over 3 million Americans reside in nursing homes or other forms of institutional elder care.
- A study undertaken in 2000 reported that 95% of residents had seen others in their care facility neglected or abused, and 44% had themselves been neglected or abused.
- Elders who have been abused are considered to be three times more likely to die than others of similar age and health status who have not been abused. They also experience worse health, including mental health, self esteem, confidence and associated aspects of social wellbeing.
The cost of elder abuse is estimated to be over $5 billion in additional health care costs.
Financial losses due to financial abuse of elders are hard to estimate, but are considered to be in excess of $3 billion each year.
(Source - National Center On Elder Abuse - Department of Health and Human Services)
Stop the Silence. Promote Awareness. Raise your Voice.
- 1 to 2 million Americans age 65+ report having been abused by a loved one or someone they depend on for care.
- Only 1 in 14 incidents of elder abuse are ever reported to authorities.
- Only 1 in 25 cases of financial exploitation are ever reported, meaning there may be at least 5 million financial abuse victims each year.
You can do your part to end the silent epidemic of elder abuse by taking the pledge to stand up against elder abuse. There are 10,000 people who are turning 65 each and every day (Pew Research Center), and we are rapidly approaching a time where nearly 50% of the population will be 65 or older. Together, we can end the silence of elder abuse by standing united and raising our voices against this growing problem.
Show your support in this movement, by pledging to end the silence, raising awareness in your community, and speaking up against elder abuse.
"Kerri Kasem is working to honor our elderly. . by God it is very important and obligation to dignify our eldery...Freedom from isolation. Go Kerri Kasem. Thank you." V. Amaral
"Without stimulation and love, people die." THANKS for pointing out that isolation is elder abuse." S. White
"I can't thank you enough for starting this conversation. Your dad would be so proud. He is smiling watching you change such an important part of wishes that I am sure were already planned. It breaks my heart for all the pain you endure to get something that should not even be a fight. You are inspirational and have helped me keep my head on straight knowing how hard you are working. Thank you from the bottom of my heart." R. Bove
"You are amazing! Keep up the fight for all those that can't." S. Benton
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2015-08-31 07:23:23 -0700
I heard this is a great organization to help victims of elder abuse. Who can I contact for more information?
You’re not alone. Please share your story here so that others can benefit from your experiences. We can help each other heal and can take action together.
* Please note that we do not share your information with other organizations. We are here to support you and we may reach out to you to learn more about your story. Please let us know immediately via email if you are contacted by groups other than Kasem Cares as a result of your communication with us.
* If you'd like to watch the 2017/2018 KasemCares Conference and get a discount code please mention it on the story, e.g. 'I would like to watch the Kasem Cares Conference'.
2015-03-23 09:41:24 -0700
Just got my ticket to Kasem Cares Foundation April 27th event in Anaheim!
Kasem Cares isn’t just limited to the experience of daughter of celebrity father Casey Kasem; rather, Kerri’s experiences are just like countless other adult children with ailing parents all over the country, who have a step-parent or other caretaker placing restrictions and inhumane conditions upon the relationship between these adult children and their ailing parents.
Because she grew up the child of a renowned entertainer and she now works in the entertainment industry herself, Kerri has spent more of her life underneath the spotlight than most people. Unfortunately, these circumstances have placed her private and very personal family tragedy on public display for all to see. The legal battles Kerri has fought and won—both for the right to visit her father and to obtain control over his medical care—brought national awareness and attention to issues many adult children today face and/or may one day confront in today’s world of blended families. With the death of father, Casey Kasem in June 2014, Kerri no longer has to fight to stop the elder abuse that was being perpetrated upon her dad; she nevertheless remains actively involved in the elder abuse prevention community.
PLEASE join us in funding elder abuse awareness and education through Kasem Cares. Any amount is helpful and appreciated.
Kasem Cares is 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and donations are tax deductible. For your reference our tax identification number is 47-3610518.