Lisa Moore, senior director, nursing for the Heart Institute, critical care services and advanced therapies, is the recipient of the DAISY Nurse Leader Award.
Members of her team wrote:
“Lisa motivates us with a shared vision and enthusiasm to achieve better outcomes for ourselves and for our patients. We have watched her grow and transition into many roles, wearing several hats and managing multiple teams, which can be stressful and difficult. She does this with professionalism and poise – always being available and visible to her staff. During a time of change for the institute, she has remained committed.
‘She is consistent, loyal and is an advocate for doing what’s best. A great listener and trustworthy – Lisa has true compassion and love for pediatric cardiac patients. She embodies a strong, capable, visionary nursing professional, and we are thankful to have a role model like her to look up to.
‘Lisa exemplifies transformational leadership. She inspires us to work towards our goals, collaborate and think outside of the box. She remains optimistic about our future and continues to share her vision with the team – helping us get there together. We are thankful for Lisa's leadership, her transparency and commitment to the Heart Institute.”
Lisa’s leadership team added: “Lisa joined Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in 1990 as a graduate nurse and has spent the last 29 years transforming our organization. She is the type of leader that is continually recognized for striving to improve, to learn, to grow and to mentor others along the way. Her leadership has been a source of strength and resilience for her team and our organization. We are thrilled to honor her as a DAISY Nurse Leader.”