Leadership Team

Lizza Miller LinkedIn
Lizza Miller LinkedIn

Lizza Miller, Ph.D.

CEO & Co-Founder

Lizza provides the strategic direction and vision for Datstat, using her two decades of experience in Medical Informatics and Behavioral Health. While at Stanford University and the University of Washington, she developed innovative technology solutions for her leading-edge research efforts, including the first online survey in the field of psychology followed by a seminal study proving the effectiveness of a web-based intervention on improving health outcomes. Lizza founded DatStat because she believed technology could transform how health researchers could engage with patients, track outcomes over time, and deliver empirically validated interventions at a scale that would positively impact the health of our world’s population. She realized all of the innovations taking place in the research world could have significant implications in the clinical world and has successfully pivoted the company to support population health more broadly.

Chris Maconi LinkedIn

Christopher Maconi

Chief Product Officer

Chris provides the vision behind the DatStat’s product design and development.  He brings over 15 years of software product experience, with a proven ability to transform industries through the application of innovative technology solutions.  While at Electronic Evidence Discovery (EED), Chris leveraged cutting edge unstructured data technologies to radically change how the legal discovery process is conducted in large scale, corporate litigations.  Chris is now applying his strong belief in design-driven product development and his experience building scalable, data-centric platforms to transform how providers and health researchers engage with their patients and achieve outcomes.


Renee Petrie

VP Strategy

Renee helps customers apply DatStat technology solutions across health research and patient-centered population health management.  Before joining DatStat, she spent 17 years in working at nationally recognized research centers. While at University of Washington’s Social Development Research Group (SDRG), she set the standard for maximizing engagement and retention in landmark longitudinal studies. Renee now combines her practical research experience and a fascination with technology to help customers understand how to leverage technology in patient interactions to create ‘sticky’ relationships – ultimately achieving better engagement and outcomes.