Lisa A. Hembry is a passionate advocate for literacy in all its iterations. She believes that low educational attainment, and especially low literacy, have a direct and significant impact on healthcare outcomes and costs for vulnerable populations, as well as healthcare institutions and providers. Ms. Hembry served as the Health Movement’s inaugural board chair from 2020 – 2022. In addition to her volunteer involvement with the Health Movement, she currently serves on the boards of directors of the Trinity River Authority of Texas, the Callier Center for Communication Disorders Foundation, and the Texas Capital Bank Community Development Corporation. Lisa’s prior professional experience includes serving roles as a Dallas County elected official, commercial real estate broker, president of several local and statewide non-profit agencies, and broadcast media management.