Lori joined the CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health team with 15 years of experience designing programs that motivate and inspire community improvement. Lori is particularly fond of supporting families and children by offering educational opportunities that help them adopt healthy habits and become advocates for lasting change.
Since earning her Master of Social Service degree from the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College, Lori has designed national science programs for The Franklin Institute Science Museum and large-scale signature program efforts, including Healthy Promise, for Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Religion from Muhlenberg College.
Lori is a Pennsylvania native and proud graduate of Reading High School. Weaving her experiences as a city kid, world traveler, and mom of three into her work, Lori is an engaging story-teller and effective educator. With an eye for innovation, a commitment to health, and a passion for reaching families and communities, Lori leads our children’s health education efforts.