Lisa Jasin has been a Registered Nurse since 1989 and has worked at Dayton Children’s Hospital since 2006. Although she has worked in the same unit (Neonatal Intensive Care) since coming to Children’s, she is well known in the hospital for her dedication, compassion, and advocacy. Lisa’s early interest in family-centered care developed into a lifelong commitment to the tiniest of patients. As a neonatal resuscitation program instructor, she has taught both nursing and medical students. Known as an expert clinician, she is involved in many projects at the local and state level. She is leading the State of Ohio’s Neonatal Abstinence Project, which was formed to improve care by promoting evidence-based protocols and implementing consistent protocols for narcotic-addicted babies. As part of the Shared Governance Model at Children’s, Lisa co-leads the Evidence- Based Care and Outcomes Committee and mentors staff in the “spirit of inquiry.” While serving in the U.S. Air Force for 10 years, she was named the Pacific Air Force Nurse of the Year. In 2013, she received Children’s Nursing Excellence Award. Lisa received her BSN from State University of New York, her MSN from Thomas Jefferson University, and a DNP from Wright State University. She holds certification as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner.