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Society welcomes new staff

Interviews for the Wisconsin Medical Society’s CEO are scheduled for next month, and the Executive Search Committee hopes to have a new CEO in place this fall. Meanwhile, the Society has welcomed two new senior staff members, Lisa Davidson, Vice President of Advocacy and Membership, and Peter Welch, Vice President of Public Affairs and Strategic Advocacy Initiatives.

Lisa most recently served as director of government relations and advocacy for the Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association. In her new role, she is responsible for federal advocacy and membership engagement. She also serves as an alderperson for the city of Beaver Dam. Lisa is a graduate of the University of Southern California, and has extensive political and health care experience in California, Washington, DC, and Wisconsin.

Peter has a broad background in Wisconsin politics and strategic community engagement and advocacy. In his most recent position, Peter directed the government and corporate affairs for Concordia University’s two residential campuses and 10 adult learning centers. He also served as the government relations chair for the Wisconsin Association for College Admissions and on the Government Relations Committee for the National Association for College Admission. Peter earned his bachelor’s degree with honors from Lawrence University (where he serves on the Alumni Association Board of Directors) and a master’s degree from Arizona State University.

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