Research & Business Advisor
Lisa has a passion for health care transformation, particularly as it relates to systems change and the digital native generations. As an entrepreneur and leader in health research, she promotes change through understanding the end user as a key component for business success.
With a firm grasp of emerging health care challenges and a deep understanding of what the digital generations want, she is well-positioned to create meaningful changes in how we engage with health care, both in concept and in practice. Lisa’s perspective and research focus derive from nearly three decades of conducting and supporting health-services and clinical research and producing evidence-based digital tools and programs.
Her extensive health and clinical experience is enhanced by leadership in strategic growth, organizational change, innovative approaches, and operations management. She holds a master’s in public health from Boston University, a Professional MBA Certificate from Bryant University’s Executive Development Center, executive business training from Babson College and Bentley University, and is a certified PMP.