Lisa Richardson, Ed.D.
Associate Vice President of Alumni and College Relations/Executive Director, Foundation
Lisa Richardson, Ed.D., currently serves as associate vice president of alumni and college relations and executive director of the foundation. Previous positions with Pasco-Hernando State College include provost and associate dean at the East Campus in Dade City, Assistant Dean of Developmental Education, Teaching - Learning Center Coordinator at the North Campus in Brooksville and adjunct instructor at the West Campus in New Port Richey. The first decade of Richardson's career, she served as a public school educator with the District School Board of Pasco County.
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Richardson earned a Doctor of Education in educational leadership from Argosy University, a Master of Education in curriculum and instruction from National-Louis University and both a Bachelor of Arts in education and an Associate of Arts from the University of Florida.
Richardson is a graduate of Leadership Pasco (2015). Additional leadership programs she completed include the Florida College System Chancellor’s Leadership Institute (2014), Pasco-Hernando State College’s President’s Institute (2013) and the Sylvia M. Thomasson Educational Leadership Enhancement Program (2010).
Richardson currently serves as a charter member of the Pasco County Commission on the Status of Women and the RESTORE Act Advisory Board of Pasco County. Previously, she served on the executive board for the Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce, the Pasco Governing Board for Pepin Academies and as an elected board member for the Florida Developmental Education Association (FDEA). She is a professional member of the Association of Florida Colleges (AFC) and a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Nature Coast Chapter. Her service to the community includes having served on the board of directors for Premier Community Healthcare Group, as an executive board member of the All Children’s Hospital Guild of New Port Richey and a board member of the All Children’s Hospital Guild Council.