Lisa Webb, Ed.D., CRC
Assistant Vice President, Strategic Engagement and Health Sciences Education
Lisa is responsible for leading the strategic planning, implementation and assessment of programs and initiatives that advance the university’s mission and vision as they relate to academic health sciences education, healthcare workforce development, and the recruitment and retention of diverse faculty, staff and students. She provides administrative oversight for the Division for Academic Success, the Division for Health Sciences Diversity, and the Pathways to Healthcare Workforce program. She provides leadership for the health sciences campus’ engagement with the VCU Recruitment inclusive Champions initiative through the VCU Office of Faculty Recruitment and Retention and is an iExcel course developer and instructor for courses on disability theory and inclusive recruitment practices. Lisa serves on the VCU East Marshall Street Well Project Research Implementation Team and is responsible for ensuring that the work of the team translates into learning opportunities for health sciences students. She is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and an affiliate graduate faculty member in the VCU School of Education, and a regular guest lecturer for health sciences courses on the topics of asset-based healthcare delivery, implicit bias in healthcare, and disability theory. She received her Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling and her Doctor of Educational Leadership from VCU, and her Master of Divinity from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University.