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Lisa DeJordy serves as an Assistant Director at Nova Southeastern  University at their Tampa Campus.  She is also a Doctoral student at Nova in Conflict Analysis and Resolution with a concentration in Conflict and Crisis Management.  In addition to working full time at Nova, Ms. DeJordy is also a Board member of Tampa Bay Higher Education Alliance (TBHEA), an Ambassador of Greater Brandon Chamber of Commerce, a chair person for Hillsborough County Early Childhood/Early Head-Start Professional Development Committee, as well as a sworn volunteer of Hillsborough County Guardian Ad Litem program.  On an academic level, Ms. DeJordy holds a Masters degree in Criminal Justice from Nova Southeastern University with a specialization in Behavioral Forensics. She is a member of Omega Tau/Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society. She also holds a Masters degree in Computer Information Systems from University of Phoenix and has completed course requirements in the Master of Arts in Psychology program with National-Louis University.  She has been teaching as an adjunct instructor since 2003 with several local colleges and universities.