Lisa Disselkamp is leader and a visionary in the workforce technology industry helping healthcare employers increase productivity and profits through their strategic use of workforce management technology. She is a business leader, author, consultant, and popular speaker.
As President of Athena Enterprises, she leads a team of talented consultants who share her passion for time and labor management technology. Disselkamp is the author of the only two books focusing solely on Workforce Management technology - No Boundaries (Wiley & Co. 2009) and Working the Clock (Oaklea Press 2007).
Disselkamp is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) and technical resource on workforce management software, HRIS, payroll, timekeeping, compensation, scheduling, and labor analytics systems. She guides client teams thru all phases of system selection, implementation and optimization. She has led multi-million dollar projects impacting up to 70,000 employees in companies with billion dollar payrolls.
Disselkamp is a member of the APA's Emerging Technology SubCommittee. A member of VISTA - Society of Industry Leaders, Lisa serves as a consultant to financial industry analysts.
She is a Contributing Editor to the Legiant Technology Newsletter and on the Advisory Board for the Payroll Manager's Report and IOMA's HR/Payroll forum. The founder of the Louisville Technical Market Analysis Group she brings a wealth of business acumen to her clients.
In 2005, Mrs. Disselkamp was invited by Newt Gingrich to present to the Center for Health Transformation in Washington DC on workforce management technology. She has also been an invited speaker and webinar presenter for the Human Capital Institute, HR.com, the Institute of Management & Administration (IOMA), ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Assoc.), the Service Corp. of Retired Executives (SCORE), State SHRM conferences, vendor conventions, the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), the Society of CPAs, and the American Payroll Association.
In 2009, Lisa and her firm, Athena Enterprises, received the prestigious Top 100 Women and Minority Owned Business Enterprise Award. Disselkamp graduated with honors from Earlham College with a degree in Japanese and International Management and was a National American Business Women's Scholar. She spent time in Morioka, Japan and studied at Iwate Ika Daigaku (Iwate Medical University). In 2008 she was recognized as the "Woman of the Year - Technology Star" by the Smart Woman's Club.