Alysha Davis’s passion for strategic storytelling translates into improved organizational reputation and business growth for hospitals, providers, health plans and health care companies across the country. She’s earned awards for her outside-of-the-box marketing campaigns and works regularly with print, broadcast, and online outlets at the local, national and trade media levels.
Prior to joining Lovell, Davis served as media relations manager for Geisinger, an integrated hospital system in Pennsylvania. In this role Davis led a team of specialists in building public relations strategies and campaigns that drove volumes and generated hundreds of business-boosting media placements annually.
In earlier roles at Geisinger and Geisinger Health Plan, Davis honed her member retention skills and supported business development efforts with her thought leadership, community engagement and crisis communication expertise. Skilled in virtually every area of health care marketing and measurement, Davis is a particularly accomplished writer and editor having spent her early career working in print journalism as an assignment editor, reporter, copy editor and designer.
A native of Pennsylvania, Davis graduated magna cum laude from Temple University in Philadelphia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism. She earned Temple’s prestigious Diamond Award after skipping a history exam to report on the city’s subway strike. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Public Relations from Ball State University in Indiana.
Davis is active in community and professional organizations, including serving as volunteer communications lead for the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. She lives in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, with her husband, their two boys, a lazy black cat and two feisty terriers. She enjoys home improvement projects, gardening, and countryside road trips with her family.
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