Lisa joined CGI in 2017 bringing an extensive experience in shaping and delivering large scale digital transformation programmes from an architecture, commercial and solution perspective.
She is currently leading the development of CGI’s go-market propositions for Health and care and Smart Places as CGI UK Chief Technology Officer for Health and Care.
With more than 20 years’ experience of technical, solution and enterprise architecture delivery and a background steeped in technology – starting as a software engineer – Lisa now works closely with clients to help them to develop their strategy and roadmap, and to deliver new and improved digital services, taking a complete client-centric approach to complex digital architecture. She has a wide range of industry domain experience, having worked across Financial Services, Public Education, Utilities and Health and Care sectors.
Lisa is a strong advocate of data interoperability in health and care and is a member of techUK Interoperability in Health and Social Care Working Group - a member-led group acting as a central platform to bring the industry together to help achieve the vision set out in NHS England’s 2022 draft standards and interoperability strategy. It also provides strategic direction for all techUK ‘s Health and Social Care programme activities related to interoperability.
In 2022, CGI has renewed its commitment to techUK’s Interoperability Charter for Health and Social Care by becoming, once again, one of the first signatories.