With 30 years of experience in higher education administration, Lisa Meyer (she/her) understands that finding the right match between institutions and leaders is essential to the health and success of organizations. She believes in the vital importance of effective leadership and appreciates the influence it can have on shaping organizational culture and campus communities to strengthen mission and build upon the intersections of diversity and inclusion. Leveraging her broad background, she supports leadership searches for positions ranging from directors through vice presidents.
Lisa is a proven administrator with expertise in admission, financial aid, strategic planning, budgeting, communications, branding, public affairs, marketing and advancement. Most recently, she was vice president for enrollment management at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. In this role she oversaw admission, financial aid, and public affairs and communications, including strategic planning and program implementation. A member of the executive council, she also led positioning and branding of the college. Throughout her career, Lisa has advocated for access, inclusion, equity and diversity, and proudly led enrollment teams at two Hispanic Serving Institutions. Lisa was vice president for enrollment at Whittier College in Whittier, California. She has also held key administrative positions for the University of La Verne, Scripps College, Pitzer College, and Pacific University.
Through her experience at the leadership table, Lisa understands how each area or division can affect the broader organization, and she brings that perspective to her work as she seeks collaborative and impactful candidates to fill key roles. Lisa’s focus is on finding leaders who will support the goals and mission of an organization through skillful management of staff and successful implementation of plans. In addition, she has completed the eCornell certificate program in Diversity and Inclusion, which focuses on improving employee engagement, counteracting unconscious bias and fostering an inclusive work climate.