Meet the Team

Lisa Kreeger, PhD, RN

Lisa specializes in the leading complex organizational change, decision-making practices, and fostering collaborative team communication and behaviors. She has forged collaboration with leading nurse educators and industry experts to deliver an innovative portfolio of evidence-based consulting services.

Lisa brings a unique combination of academic and healthcare industry experience building from her roots as a pediatric nurse. As a consultant she has worked with over a dozen programs of nursing to transform curriculum, develop new programs, and to complete the self-study/accreditation process. She has chaired and is a member of research Institutional Review Boards at the doctoral level and is a faculty member with Capella University. She has over 20 years working in the healthcare industry as a consultant leader including positions with Wolters Kluwer, Computer Science Corporation, and IBM.

Marcia A. Wratcher, PhD

Marcia specializes in needs assessment and strategic planning in academic affairs; new program research, instructional design, development, and implementation; faculty development, learning outcomes assessment; institutional effectiveness; regulatory; and retention and student success with a primary focus in nursing education. She has extensive experience in non-profit and for-profit education as well as traditional on-ground and online instructional delivery methods.

Previously, Marcia was Corporate Vice President of Academic Affairs and Institutional Effectiveness at Education Management Corporation (EDMC,) where she was responsible for oversight of research, development, and implementation of academic programs, faculty development, student success, and institutional effectiveness initiatives for 4 education systems. Marcia also served as VP of Program Research and Development at EDMC, VP/Dean of Academic Affairs at EDMC Online Higher Education. She has served as the Director of Learning Services at Carnegie Mellon University, Curriculum Consultant at the University of Pittsburgh, and Assistant Director of the Center for Instructional Development and Distance Education at the University of Pittsburgh. She is currently a member of the graduate faculty at Northcentral University. Marcia has consulted, presented, and published nationally.