Lisa Brown


Lisa Brown is the Assistant Director for the Office of Extended Education at the Bush School of Government & Public Service. She joined the Bush School in March of 2007. Her primary areas of responsibility include admissions and recruitment, training and leading the staff and the advising center, and Talisma CRM project manager with a focus on integrating CRM processes into the Bush School advising center. She has worked with online programs since 2000 with her role in the creation of the first completely online master’s program at Texas A&M University—the Executive Master of Industrial Distribution (MID) in the Dwight Look College of Engineering. From the ground up, she led the initiative to design program structure and processes. She also assisted faculty in course design and technology training, as well. Another large portion of her position was to assist students in admissions processes, to develop online student services, and to build a thriving network of graduate alumni (who also served as a future donor base). As Assistant to Director of the Executive MID Program, marketing and recruitment remained a central focus of her responsibilities. Lisa is a current member in the professional organizations of Educause, the International Association of Business Communicators Brazos Valley and the Texas Distance Learning Association. Prior to her professional career in higher education, Lisa Brown attended and graduated summa cum laude from Texas A&M University in 1998 with a degree in English along with secondary teaching certification.