RALEIGH — Campbell Law School Dean J. Rich Leonard has announced that Lisa Clark has been promoted to associate director of financial aid effective Jan. 1, 2022.
Clark has served as assistant director of financial aid since joining Campbell Law in 2012.
“Lisa is an asset to the Campbell Law community,” said Assistant Dean of Admissions Morgan Cutright. “Her fantastic financial aid counseling never goes unnoticed by the student body. She also serves as the Veterans Certifying Official for the law school and had a perfect annual audit with the Veterans Administration this past year. I am so proud to see her well-deserved promotion to Associate Director of Financial Aid.”
In her role, Clark directs all financial aid functions in order to enroll and maintain a diverse student body and institutional eligibility participation in federal and state aid programs.
Clark was recognized as the 2017-18 Campbell Law Administrator of the Year.
Prior to joining Campbell Law School, Clark worked for East Carolina University for seven years in the financial aid office and as a paralegal with the Womble Carlyle Tobacco Litigation for five years in Winston-Salem.
A native of North Carolina, Clark was born and raised in Winston-Salem. She earned her bachelor’s degree in history from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte in 2000.
Clark lives in North Raleigh with her husband, Jonathan; daughter, Kaitlyn; and dog, Stella.
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