HDR Promotes Amy Lussetto as Director of Strategic Innovation for Architecture

HDR Promotes Amy Lussetto as Director of Strategic Innovation for Architecture
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OMAHA, NE, USA, Sep 26, 2018 – Amy Lussetto, MPH, EDAC, has been promoted to director of strategic innovation for HDR’s architecture practice. With 14 years of experience in the healthcare industry and eight years with HDR, Lussetto is uniquely positioned to lead the strategic innovation practice, which integrates human-centered design and strategy to help a wide variety of organizations explore the evolution of their business, improve service delivery and strengthen a connection to their community.


amy-lussettoAmy Lussetto, HDR’s new Director of Strategic Innovation for architecture 


Working for a major health system prior to joining HDR, Lussetto excelled in positions dealing with analytical chemistry, neuroscience research and financial analytics.

“Amy brings an infinite curiosity about art, chemistry, public health, biology, design and social good to her team; combining those interests with a genuine passion for problem-solving, pushing boundaries and enabling innovation,” said Scott Foral, managing principal of HDR’s consulting group. “Empathizing with end users is key to her role in identifying pain points and delightful moments in their journey. She weaves it all together by making sense of complex inputs and constraints, pushing for new and provocative ideas, and then thoughtfully considering practical ways to bring those ideas to life.”

For Lussetto, humanizing moments in projects are a big part of what she says drives her. “Performing ethnography is one of the most humbling parts of the job,” she said. “People let us into their homes to discuss their thoughts and feelings, usually about personal topics, and it just blows my mind how open and inviting and brutally honest they are.” Whether it’s moments like these with end users or bringing client stakeholders and HDR team members together for an ideation session, Lussetto said she thrives when engaging and collaborating with people.

Lussetto recently earned a master’s degree in public health from The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. She also holds a master of business administration degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a Bachelor of Science in biology from Doane College.

About HDR’s Healthcare Experience

At HDR, we blend our deep knowledge of healthcare delivery with our understanding of how environments can shape behaviors and outcomes to create solutions for clients that respect the human impact of their work. We seek to constantly champion human-centered design, solve real-life problems, and advance health and wellness.

About HDR

For more than a century, HDR has partnered with clients to shape communities and push the boundaries of what’s possible. Our expertise spans 10,000 employees, in more than 200 locations around the world — and counting. Our engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services bring an impressive breadth of knowledge to every project. Our optimistic approach to finding innovative solutions defined our past and drives our future. For more information, visit https://www.hdrinc.com.

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