Director of Advocacy and Consumer Relations
Ms. Lowrie has been with Bradley since 2002 and serves as a liaison for issues related to policy, funding, and advocacy.
Lisa holds a Masters in Social Work degree from Temple University and is a licensed social worker. She began her career at the Pennsylvania Community Providers Association as a mental health policy specialist with the concentration on children’s mental health, policy, legislation and regulation for over 10 years. While at PCPA she also consulted on the development of the initial HealthChoices RFP proposal for CBHNP.
Lisa left PCPA to work on the upstart of CCBHO in the Capital Region in 2001 and served as CCBHO’s Manager for Community Relations for the York/Adams and Berks Counties.