Lisa Crockett, MBA, DBA, serves as Executive Director, System Strategy & Planning, for Providence St. Joseph Health, the third largest health system in the United States (www.psjhealth.org). She has worked for Providence for 20 years, serving in progressive leadership roles since beginning her health care career at Providence St. Peter Hospital in 2000. In her current role, Lisa leads the development of the system-wide strategic plan and metrics, certificate of need efforts, strategic analytics, and other strategic thought leadership and development priorities. Prior to joining Providence, Lisa worked as a technical writer for a research & development laboratory in fuel cell technology and for the City of Spokane’s Long-range Planning Department in Washington.
In 2015, Lisa earned her Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree with honors from the University of Liverpool, England, with research work focused on the palliative care needs of pediatric patients and their families. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in English Technical Communications from Eastern Washington University, a Master of Business Administration from Norwich University (M’06, valedictorian), and an Executive Leadership Certificate from Cornell University.
During her career, Lisa has earned more than a dozen national and international honors for her work, as well as other accolades within Providence. For Norwich, she has served as the MBA Alumni Program Chair, Partridge Society Board of Directors (2010-2018) and the College of Graduate & Continuing Studies (CGCS) Board of Fellows (2018-present). Other volunteer efforts include co-chairing the 2020 SHSMD National Conference, numerous mentoring and tutoring relationships, preparing shipments of medical supplies for humanitarian relief efforts, and much more.
Lisa enjoys hiking in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, traveling the globe, and leading short-term summer mission trips.