Lisa K. Miller
Interim Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer
Lisa Keise Miller translates vision into impact through sound strategy and operational excellence. She is a passionate leader who sets a culture of high expectations and continuous improvement, while at the same time has a reputation for developing and coaching individuals to build winning teams.
Lisa started her Invo journey as COO, and recently took on the role of Interim CEO. She is responsible for executing on the organization’s vision to transform the autism industry and deliver great outcomes for the families Invo serves.
Prior to joining Invo, Lisa served as Vice-President of Operations for Davita Kidney Care where she directed clinical, operational, and business development outcomes on behalf of end-stage renal disease patients in multiple geographies, most recently responsible for over 1200 teammates and $275 million in revenue. Before DaVita, Lisa spent 12 years working in the education industry, first as a high school educator and then in various senior leadership roles for both non-profit and for-profit education reform organizations. In these roles she has launched organizations into new markets, hired and developed teams to execute on organizational priorities, designed and implemented accountability systems, and led operations of diverse teams domestically and internationally.
Lisa holds an MBA from Columbia University Graduate School of Business, MS in Neuroscience from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and BA in Biology from Rutgers University. Outside of the office, Lisa enjoys photography, traveling and all things family with her husband, Eyrique, and children, Jordan and Blake.
Chief Compliance Officer
Andrew Finkelstein has nearly 20 years of experience in a variety of interdisciplinary roles including healthcare compliance, government contracting, and administrative law. He currently serves as Chief Compliance Officer for Invo Healthcare, the leading national provider of behavioral health and other therapeutic services to individuals with special needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorder. In addition to Invo, Andrew serves as Adjunct Faculty for Delaware Law School's Master of Jurisprudence program where he teaches Healthcare Compliance and Ethics.
Before joining Invo, Andrew served as Vice President of Compliance and Medicare Compliance Officer for Health Partners Plans, a not-for-profit, provider-owned managed care organization, where he was actively involved with all major initiatives impacting the organization’s business and operations and worked closely amongst HPP's Executive Leadership and Board of Directors. Previously, Andrew served as Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer for Tufts Medical Center, Tufts Medical Centers Physician's Organization, and Tufts Children's Hospital where he was responsible for revitalizing the development and administration of a collective enterprise-wide Compliance and Privacy program. Prior to his term in Boston, Andrew served in Corporate Compliance management roles at Coventry Health Care (now an Aetna company), and, on the government side, with Maximus Federal Services (CMS Medicare FFS).
Andrew is widely published on various aspects of healthcare compliance and law and has presented at industry conferences throughout the country. Andrew holds a Law Degree from Widener University School of Law and a Bachelor of Science in Information Management from Syracuse University. Additionally, he is a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional with the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and is Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance through the Health Care Compliance Association. He is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Chief Financial Officer
Steven received a Master of Business Administration degree from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, where he graduated with honors and recognition as a Hotchkiss Scholar. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance from Northern Illinois University. Steve earned credentials as a Certified Public Accountant with the State of Illinois in 1985 and is an active member of the Illinois CPA Society and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Chief Development Officer
Prior to joining the organization, Andrew was an investment professional with The Wicks Group, a private equity firm in New York, where he focused on control equity investments in companies across a number of sectors and worked closely with the executive teams of his portfolio companies on strategy and operational initiative.
Previously, Andrew was in investment banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he advised clients on mergers, acquisitions, and financings. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and History from the University of Pennsylvania.
President, School-Based Services
Matt currently serves as the President over all school and agency related behavior, mental health and special education therapy services. As President, Matt manages all aspects of the daily business operations as well as driving the overall growth and development strategies for this business. Matt brings more than 18 years of experience leading development and operations teams and helping companies accelerate growth.
Prior to moving into the President role, Matt served as the Senior Vice President of Growth and Development at Invo where he led company growth initiatives. Matt has spent much of his career working with large urban school districts across the country to support the development and implementation of behavior and special education initiatives. In addition to his work at Invo, Matt has managed and delivered similar initiatives while serving as the Vice President of Business Development for Learn It Systems, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for both Progressus Therapy and Catapult Learning and in the various sales and operations leadership roles prior to that.
Matt holds a Bachelors degree from George Mason University in Business Administration and Management. Outside of the office Matt enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his wife and three children in Tampa, FL.
Vice President, People Services
Rob Dugger was named Vice President of People Services in September 2021. Rob brings more than 20 years of Human Resources experience to his role at Invo. He has extensive experience transforming a People Services function into an operationally excellent group that build strong partnerships with their business customers.
Prior to joining Invo, Rob served as SVP, Human Resources for HearingLife, a hearing healthcare company. He also served 10 years at DLL Financial in various global roles including VP HR for North America and 11 years in various roles at GMAC.
Rob lives local to the Doylestown area with his wife and three daughters. In his free time he enjoys traveling the world and playing racquetball.
Senior Vice President of Patient Operations
Rich Maston is our Vice President of Patient Operations. He began with Autism Home Support Services (AHSS) as a Family Support Coordinator and became a favorite with clients and employees alike. He has subsequently and deservedly been advanced to the title of Family Support Director. He brings to the team significant experience as a director of clinical services for Lauren’s Institute for Education, where he supervised an interdisciplinary team of more than 40 speech, music, physical, occupational, and habilitation therapists. Previously he has also acted as principal/director, providing individual and group music therapy services, as well as developing marketing strategies for both commercial ventures and nonprofit human services agencies.
Rich received his Bachelor of Arts in business economics with a minor in music from the College of Wooster in Ohio. He has also completed the music therapy equivalency program at Arizona State University and the Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst program at Penn State University World Campus. Rich is an excellent resource for any parent with a child on the spectrum and is able to offer great insights into successful therapy.
Senior Vice President, Marketing and Strategy
Prior to joining the organizaton, Lisa was the Director of Marketing and Communications for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation, a national non-profit organization with the mission of funding much needed research for new pediatric cancer treatments. During her time with the Foundation, Lisa led the creation of scalable, sustainable fundraising events, such as Fashion Funds the Cure. She was also an integral member of the team that founded The Sunshine Project, one of the country’s first national research alliances dedicated to pediatric cancer. Lisa started her career in advertising and public relations with The Chisholm-Mingo Group, an urban advertising agency in New York City. Working with national brands including Royal Caribbean, Denny’s/Advantica, Texaco, as well as government accounts including Amtrak, Census 2000, US Army and others, Lisa helped companies create meaningful relationships within urban markets through effective public relations and promotional campaigns.
Lisa is a graduate of Emerson College, where she received her BFA in Writing, Literature and Publishing. A native New Yorker, Lisa currently resides in Tampa with her son Cole.