Alisa Childers is an American singer-songwriter. She is known for being in the all female group ZOEgirl. She has had a string of top ten radio singles, four studio releases, and received the Dove Award from being with ZOEgirl.
Born Alisa Noelle Girard (she is the daughter of Contemporary Christian Music pioneer, Chuck Girard), she grew up in San Fernando Valley, California. She studied gymnastics and piano at a young age. She was the captain of her high school cheerleading squad and softball team. A couple of years after high school, she moved to New York and ran a youth center in southeast Manhattan.
ZOEgirl stayed together for seven years. Their split was completely amicable and resulted in an ongoing friendship with group members Chrissy Conway-Katina and Kristin Swinford-Schweain who’ve since formed a new group together called ColmanBlue. At the end of 2006, Alisa started a solo career. Her self-titled album was released on December 1, 2007.
Alisa is an artist in residence at Whitewater Crossing Christian Church in Cleves, Ohio, and when she's not there, she attends Station Hill Church in Spring Hill, TN.