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President/CEO Lisa Lamb

Dr. Lisa Lamb

Dr. Lisa Lamb is the President/CEO of the Lewis Center for Educational Research. She has been at the Lewis Center since 2008 and has served in the roles of AAE Teacher, AAE Middle School Vice Principal, AAE K-12 Principal and Chief Academic Officer. Dr. Lamb began her career in Barstow Unified School District as a teacher, and then administrator, working with a largely underserved student population. In 2005, she was honored as the WalMart teacher of the Year and awarded VVC Foundation's Distinguised Service in Education award in 2022.
Currently, she is an active member of the California Charter School Association (CCSA), CCSA Capitol Advocacy Leaders Liaison, and CAHELP Governance. Dr. Lamb holds a MA in Educational Administration from California State University San Bernardino, a MA in Curriculum and Instruction from Chapman University, a BA in Liberal Studies from California Baptist University, and a PhD.
Dr. Lisa Lamb was awarded the Victor Valley College (VVC) Foundation’s Distinguished Service in Education Award and admitted in VVC’s Hall of Fame! This is a great honor and recognition as she has done so much, not only for our staff and students, but for our entire community as well!
To name just a few, Dr. Lamb has accomplished so many amazing feats this past year including leading the expansion and Grand Opening of the Norton Science and Language Academy in San Bernardino benefitting the Inland Empire’s youth for generations to come and overall improving the community’s access to Spanish Dual Immersion and Global Citizenship. She partnered with NASA/JPL, NASA Ames Research Center, Mexico Space Agency, and the University of Mexico in hosting the first-ever Noche de las Estrellas event in the US. Dr. Lamb maintains a strong partnership with Apple Valley Unified School District through the Apple Valley Center for Innovation (AVCI) where they provide a multitude of diverse and engaging STEM activities and programs. She helped lead the push in getting vaccines out in partnership with other local leaders and St. Mary Regional Medical Center.