As the first female member of the Crawford & Company global executive team, Danielle Lisenbey works to increase Broadspire’s global footprint, deliver continuous operational improvement, and develop long-term strategic plans to expand business development and collaborations with clients. Broadspire, a leading third party administrator in the insurance industry, offers an array of claim and management services designed to help increase employee productivity and contain costs. Previously, Lisenbey served as chief operating officer of the company’s medical management division.
From her engineering background, Lisenbey learned the benefits of combining a “process way of thinking” with interpersonal strengths to achieve a superior result. During early career choices, she partnered architectural design, structural engineering and employee dynamics with sales, marketing, and budgetary concerns that ensured quality outcomes for her clients at Broadspire. Lisenbey’s broad qualifications, collective skills and the robust knowledge attained from more than 25 years of industry experience has equipped her to overcome each progressive challenge she encounters.
Lisenbey is also involved with community and industry organizations; she sits on the executive board of WeGoLook, Crawford & Company (Philippines) residing president and chairman, is an executive board member for the Atlanta non-profit Moving in the Spirit, supports the SOS Children’s Villages of Florida, and is a apart of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers and the National Association of Women Executives. She has been recognized as a Woman Who Means Business through the 2017 Atlanta Business Chronicle as well as Top 100 Executives in Insurance by the Insurances Business of America. In 2016, she was named and recognized for her leadership by both the SVUS World Woman Leaders and Donald T. DeCarlo Awards. And in 2019, she was named one of CEO Connection’s Top 25 Influential Women of the Mid-Market. Her various awards throughout her career demonstrate her commitment providing leadership and influences, both within the industry and her community.
Danielle holds a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering and technology from Western Illinois University.