Inspiring girls on Long Island to be strong, smart and bold.
Lisa A. DeRoché
Vice President of Human Resources, Culture Call Center at Brightpoint Health
Lisa A. DeRoché is the Vice President of Human Resources, Culture & Call Center at Brightpoint Health, a member of Hudson River Healthcare whose mission it is to provide integrated healthcare and social services to the most underserved populations of New York City, Hudson Valley and Suffolk County. Lisa has implemented performance management tools, management development programs, and culture initiatives to drive the company’s organizational effectiveness. She is consistently called upon to lead, facilitate, promote, champion and support organizational change in addition to acting as project lead for talent management related business initiatives such as policy and procedure updates, learning and development programs and Human Resources strategic initiatives.
Lisa created Brightpoint’s first Postgraduate Fellowship program in order to develop young professionals in the world of healthcare management and she also led a Green Belt project through the DMAIC model approach to improve their on-boarding processes. Lisa has been in Human Resources for the past 20 years. She created the Brightpoint Health CARE Committee that supports the spiritual, financial and emotional health of employees. She was the Chair of AXA’s Black Employee Resource Group and a member of their Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Council and is a current a member of the Berkeley College of New Jersey MBA Advisory Committee. Lisa has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from SUNY Old Westbury, an MBA from Dowling College and is currently enrolled in Capella University’s PhD program in Business Management with a Human Resources specialization. Lisa has been married to Larry for 25 years, has three children, two bonus children and one grandson. She is extremely excited to be a member of the Girls Inc. of Long Island’s Executive Board and is about to publish her first book that is an intimate portrait of her own experiences growing up as a young girl with limited guidance on career, sexuality and mentoring resources. She joined Girls Inc. to be a promoter of their mission to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold.