Founder + CEO

Lee H. Olitzky


Lee Olitzky's successful experience in management and operations spans more than two decades. He has provided executive leadership and operational responsibility for a wide range of businesses, health care organizations and agencies. Lee has a documented track record of superior third party audits, reviews and inspections on behalf of WiT2's clients. This is a reflection of WiT2 's ability to collaborate with a variety of organizations producing positive results.

Lee has conducted and completed numerous operational analysis, feasibiity, planning and research studies with beneficial results for his clients. He has provided training seminars for management staff and business development consultation throughout the US and Indian Country resulting in organizational performance improvement.

Most recently, WiT2 has successfully developed the necessary management team, operational systems and staff skills to bring census to operating capacity for a health care facility owned and operated by the Tohono O'odham Nation. The goal of this assignment has been to recruit and train management and operations staff and establish the necessary reimbursement structure.

As a consultant and interim CEO for various assignments, Lee’s role is to ensure that the latest in management techniques is applied to all facets of projects under his direction. This results in an environment that fosters staff development and independence rather than dependence. Further, it permits full consideration and analysis of the options available to management, board and staff.


Professional Affiliations:

  • Arizona Governor’s Council on Aging, gubernatorial appointment 
  • AI/AN Caucus member, National Partnership to End Health Disparities 
  • Tucson Housing Foundation, Vice President, Board of Directors
  • Marshall Home for Men, Board Member, Tucson, AZ 
  • United Way of Southern Arizona, Elder Care Alliance 
  • University of Arizona, Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, Advisory Board 
  • Resource Person’s Network, Office of Minority Health Resource Center (OMHRC)
  • Casitas on Broadway, low income elder/disabled HUD housing, Tucson, AZ, Board Secretary
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Culture of Health Leaders, reviewer
  • Rotary Club of Tucson, Tucson, AZ