Mrs. Lissett Lineberry is from Fairfax and is a PVI alumna from the Class of 1995. She attended Northern Virginia Community College and Old Dominion University, where she studied in business and psychology.
Mrs. Lineberry previously worked at Nativity Catholic School as a cafeteria aide and as run coordinator at Lifetime Athletic in Fairfax. She has four children and a small dog named Bernie.
A big hobby for Mrs. Lineberry is running. “I have
been running for 10 years now, starting from 5ks to completing the JFK 50 miler in November 2021. I have completed seven full marathons and dozens of half marathons. I am a certified adult run coach through the RRCA (Road Runners Club of America). I took the last two years off to recover from an overuse injury, but am looking to run the Army Ten-Miler and complete a half marathon in 2024."
Mrs. Lineberry's favorite saint (and Confirmation saint) is St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, because she was a wife and a mother. Her favorite quote is, "It's not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog."
Mrs. Lineberry shares what she loves about PVI: “As an alumna ’95, alumni parent ’20 and ’23, current parent ’26, and hopefully future parent ’29, I love how the school, parent, and faculty/staff community has a welcoming place for everyone. There are so many ways to be as involved as you wish and are accepted for just showing up.”