Lisa Mack, ‘92

Talented Baltimore vocalist Lisa Mack began singing at the age of four. Her amazing vocal talent helped her win the crown of Miss Bowie State University in 1992 and place as finalist at the 6th annual Miss Collegiate African American Pageant. Lisa's talent landed her roles in musicals like The WizAin't Misbehavin, and Freedom Train throughout Baltimore, New York, and across the country.

This dynamic, bold, and brassy singer has been a featured vocalist for The Baltimore International Culinary College 1995 Graduation, The 2003 Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival, The National Black Caucus 2004 Holiday Gala, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Maryland 2004 Annual Gala. In addition, Lisa performed with the Baltimore-based funk band The Octonauts, and appeared three times on CBS's Star Search, where she made it to the finalists' competition.

Lisa recorded an R&B/soul solo project, "Dreams To Realities."