A Lincoln native, Lisa graduated from Lincoln East High School in 2008 and matriculated at UNL the same year. With a major in Math and a minor in Spanish, Lisa graduated with High Distinction from UNL in 2012 and moved to Madison, WI to start a career with Epic, a health care software company. After 4 years with Epic, Lisa moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in March of 2016 to work as a Project Manager with Stanford Health Care. When she's not working, Lisa enjoys travelling around the world, most recently to places like Nepal, Dubai, Israel and Jordan.
Math in Health Care and Technology
Thursday, February 23, 2017
5:00 - 6:00 pm
Avery Hall 351
I will elucidate the career advantages and opportunities I've secured by leveraging my bachelor's degree in math. While I was still a student at UNL, majoring in math opened several doors for math-related part-time jobs; after graduation, a degree in math introduced me to a career in health care technology - first at Epic (a healthcare software company), and now with Stanford Health Care. I will explain the core functions of the work I do and how I get to apply my background in math on a daily basis. I will also provide the resources and processes I've used to find and secure positions with Epic and Stanford Health Care.
The Career Perspectives Lecture Series is funded by The Bares Family Fund for Excellence in Mathematics