Mrs. Lori L. Sisk earned her Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration and completed her Master of Education with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University.
Mrs. Sisk has over 13 years of higher education experience in student support programs and services
She is an active member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), a US based student affairs organization with more than 13,000 members at 1,400 campuses, and 25 countries. She also serves on the National Student Affairs Assessment Leadership (SAAL) Committee.
In 2014, Mrs. Sisk joined RMUoHP and has served in various roles within student affairs. Since 2021, Mrs. Sisk has served as the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs. Mrs. Sisk’s portfolio includes Institutional Equity (ADA Accommodations & Title IX), Student Leadership, Student Engagement, University Student Events, Counseling Services, Health & Wellness, and Student Success Workshops.
In 2018, Mrs. Sisk met the needs of graduate students at RMUoHP by bringing in mental health services via Betterhelp teletherapy. While continuously assessing the specific needs of RMUoHP students, she implemented the first-ever RMUoHP Student Food Pantry, Student Satisfaction Actions Committee, Student Health Wellness Coaching, Student Success Workshops, and White Coat Ceremonies to bolster support services to university students. Her dedication and commitment has led her to earn various university awards. Mrs. Sisk also serves on various RMUoHP committees, including the Executive Council, President’s Cabinet, Provost Council, and University Assessment Committee.
As the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, Mrs. Sisk is passionate about and committed to student advocacy; promoting overall student development and success; student health and wellness; and fostering equity, inclusion, diversity, and respect for all RMUoHP students.
Mrs. Sisk enjoys spending her free time with her husband and two adult daughters. Together they enjoy paddle-boarding, long-boarding, golfing, painting, hammocking, traveling the world, and anything related to water in the warm summer months in Utah.