BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- Concordia College has announced that Lisa Decker has been appointed vice president for Student Development.
Decker will oversee the areas of Student, Residence and Spiritual Life, Athletics, Student Activities, Career Development and International Programs.
Decker is an accomplished educational entrepreneur with experience in grant writing, fundraising and project development. Her background includes work with faculty and students in distance learning at the University of Georgia, as well as experience at Hunter College in New York City where she helped grow the largest distance-learning program among all of the City University of New York campuses.
Most recently, she was the associate dean of Graduate Studies at Dominican College in Rockland County, where she led numerous student-focused projects, including the launch of new technology initiatives and development of the Graduate Student Association.
“We are blessed to have Lisa join the Concordia community. Her proven dedication and advocacy for students is the perfect fit with our mission of transforming the lives of our students,” said Sherry Fraser, Concordia provost.
She holds a bachelor and master’s degree from Kent State University and earned her doctorate at Virginia Commonwealth University. A member of Village Lutheran Church, she lives in the Edgemont section of Scarsdale with her husband, Jim, and two children.
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