Can Do appoints Mattis to be CEO
EDWARDS — Can Do Multiple Sclerosis, a national nonprofit that delivers programs that instill exercise, nutrition, symptom management and mental motivation for people with multiple sclerosis and their support partners, announced on Tuesday that Lisa Mattis, the interim chief executive officer, has been appointed as the organization’s permanent chief executive officer.
Mattis is a seasoned nonprofit executive with 25 years of experience in strategic planning, board and staff development and organizational alignment.
“It is an honor to lead Can Do Multiple Sclerosis,” said Mattis. “People with multiple sclerosis and their support partners experience an improved quality of life as a result of our programs. I look forward to developing strategic partnerships to increase the impact of Can Do Multiple Sclerosis programs across the country.”
Based in Denver, Mattis recently led interim executive leadership roles at the Foundation for Colorado Community Colleges, World Class Accessibility Foundation and The Joshua School.
Mattis serves on the board for Colorado Fourteeners Initiative and is a certified Vail ski instructor.
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