Lisa Hogarty Named Vice President for Campus Services

Lisa Hogarty will assume responsibility for Harvard's dining services, real estate, and the University operations center.

Harvard's new vice president for campus services, Lisa Hogarty

Lisa Hogarty, senior vice president and chief operating officer of Columbia University Medical Center, has been named Harvard's vice president for campus services. In that role, she will oversee the 1,600 employees who work for Harvard University Hospitality and Dining Services, Harvard Real Estate, and the University Operations Center. She will also have responsibility for the administrative and financial operations of this magazine.
 
“This position demands an executive who can manage the daily operations of a large institution while pursuing a strategic vision that bolsters the University’s teaching and research mission,” said executive vice president Katherine N. Lapp in an official announcement. “Lisa has the perfect mix of leadership skills for the job.”

Hogarty’s initial appointment at Columbia, where she began work in 2002, was as executive vice president for student and administrative services. She had previously worked in the healthcare industry and at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

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