Survivor: Vanuatu (Season 9)- 7th voted out
Lisa Keiffer Biography:
Born on May 3, 1960 in New Orleans, Louisiana, Lisa Keiffer was a student at Louisiana State University. During her three year-stay at the said school, Keiffer cheered for the football and basketball teams, was a member of the Homecoming Court and competed for the title of “Mardi Gras Queen” for the sorority, Alpha Tau Omega. As a cheerleader, she took part in the 1981 National Collegiate Cheerleading Championship and helped lift school spirit at the NCAA Final Four Basketball Tournament in Philadelphia. She obtained her degree in Communications for the Loyola University in New Orleans. A former pharmaceutical sales representative, Keiffer likes to play tennis, go antique shopping, cook and make her own soap. Her other interests include acting in and directing productions at her Church. She and her husband, Thomas, have six children.
As a contestant on Survivor: Vanuatu, Keiffer was perceived to be disloyal and devious by her fellow tribe members. Originally part of an all-female tribe, Keiffer was voted off the island on Day 15 (after the tribe shuffling) because her past behavior was characteristically dishonest and deceitful. All throughout her stay in the competition, Keiffer was a member of the Yasur tribe.
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