Liz Moe, Director - Strategy and Evaluation

Liz Moe

Liz Moe, Director of Strategy and Evaluation, leads a team to deliver results across two functional areas of responsibility in the Department of Community Health and Health Equity: (1) data analytics, research and evaluation and (2) business strategy.

Liz is responsible for delivering insight that is acted upon to improve the quality of community health initiatives and to build health equity. This work includes leadership to develop divisional and departmental performance reporting and analytics; and program evaluation that analyzes results of interventions to inform strategy refinement.

Also, she is responsible for leading, developing, implementing, and refining a dynamic strategic planning process that serves as the basis for senior and executive level decision making on the community health and health equity strategy, initiatives, and business position. She provides recommendations for the strategic course of action, along with risks and opportunities, to optimize Blue Cross’ ability to achieve community health improvement goals, build health equity, and maximize revenue to maintain and improve our competitive position.

For almost 10 years, Liz worked at the Minnesota Department of Health in the Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Division, creating the Minnesota Cancer Alliance, leading Alliance program evaluation efforts, including monitoring grant implementation activities. Liz came to Blue Cross from Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, where she was the Director of Institutional Advancement. While studying as a Fulbright Scholar, Liz earned her Master of Philosophy in Health Promotion from the University of Bergen in Norway and she is a proud alumna of Wellesley College. 


 
 
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    The Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota tackles the leading causes of preventable disease -- tobacco use, physical inactivity and unhealthy eating -- to increase health equity, transform communities and create a healthier state.