Lisa L. Cagle is a cross-sector innovator with over a decade of non-profit experience in the St. Louis region. She is an enthusiastic and strategic systems-thinker, who brings together expertise in research and policy analysis, public health and the built environment, community education, and sustainable development to reframe problems and offer innovative and cost-effective solutions for clients and the larger St. Louis community.
Lisa’s curiosity-driven approach to life has gained her a wide range of experiences in fields from sustainable development to government relations and strategic partnerships. She has an M.A. in Philosophy from UMSL, and has conducted research toward her Ph.D. in Social Political Philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis, with a focus on local governmental policy and the built environment. Lisa is President of the Board for local sustainability focused non-profit earthday-365, and serves as co-chair of the Chronic Disease and the Built Environment working group for the St. Louis Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) led jointly by the City and County Health Departments.