Lisa Roebuck is the Vice President of Information Technology at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. She has more than 20 years of experience leading Information Technology teams for Denver-area nonprofits.
Lisa’s career passions include building highly collaborative, customer-service-oriented technology teams and helping nonprofits realize their missions through technological innovation.
Before joining the Denver Center, Lisa served as the Director of Information Technology for Rocky Mountain Human Services, where she modernized and automated the technology infrastructure, helping the nonprofit nearly double the organization’s size and impact in her nearly three-year tenure. Prior to her work with Rocky Mountain Human Services, she worked for the Tennyson Center for Children for 17 years, helping the 117-year-old organization navigate the rapid technological advancements of the past two decades to ensure the best possible care for some of Colorado’s most vulnerable children.
Motivated by mission-driven work and social causes, Lisa has worked to build diversity and opportunity in IT. Over the last decade, she has helped front-range organizations develop paid IT internships for young adults with disabilities or difficult life circumstances, helping the students gain experience and confidence working in technology.
Lisa holds a Bachelor of Information Technology and a Master of Information Management from Arizona State University. She currently lives with her son and fiancé in Parker.