Lisa Bryant

Instructor of Public Health
Health Science Building
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Lisa Bryant joined CSU as an instructor in the Department of Public Health in 2024. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of North Florida, where she was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society—Lambda Rho Chapter, and earned a Master of Public Health from the University of South Florida with a graduate certificate in Infection Control. Additionally, she became certified in Public Health through the National Board of Public Health Examiners and was inducted into the Delta Omega Honor Society for Public Health—Tau Chapter.

Prior to joining the CSU faculty, Lisa began her nursing career at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. Due to her husband, Chad, being active duty in the United States Navy, the couple moved frequently and she worked in a variety of roles in healthcare facilities along the east coast. In 2012, Lisa began working at East Cooper Medical Center as the Occupational Health Nurse and Worker’s Compensation Coordinator. It was out of this role that her love for Public Health emerged. She was a member of the COVID Task Force for the hospital and was instrumental in the community COVID vaccination program to include weekly vaccination clinics, a drive-through clinic sponsored by the Rotary club, and a partnership with a local high school to increase vaccination rates and lower the likelihood of transmission of the disease.

Lisa and her family currently attend Seacoast Church. She is actively involved in leading a high school girls’ small group and has participated in multiple medical mission trips to Togo, West Africa in various leadership positions. She and Chad have three sons and live in Mount Pleasant, SC.

Your Purpose. Our Mission.

My purpose at CSU is to not only educate future public health practitioners, but it is also to help the students find their unique purpose in relation to the Kingdom of God. I love to see the light "turn on" when they begin making these pivotal connections and feel empowered to advocate on behalf of others with a servant's heart.

Lisa Bryant

Delta Omega-Honorary Society in Public Health
Sigma Theta Tau