Lisa M. Hemlick, PhD, Director
Dr. Hemlick, a licensed psychologist, has provided psychological services in a variety of college, hospital, and community settings. In addition to her administrative duties, she counsels students, works with students with disabilities, and teaches and supervises the CCAS counseling interns. She holds a BS in Psychology, an MS in Student Personnel and a PhD in Counseling Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University.
Thelma Lunsford-Gray, MS, MDiv, Tutorial Coordinator
Rev. Lunsford-Gray oversees the CCAS tutorial program, teaches developmental reading to EQUIP students, and implements accommodations for students with learning differences. Before coming to Eastern, she served as a public school teacher and a reading specialist in the Lower Merion School District, working primarily with students with learning differences. She received her BA in Education from Shaw University, her MA in Human Resources from Villanova University and her MDiv from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (now Palmer Seminary of Eastern University).
John Nordlof, PhD, Writing Specialist
Dr. Nordlof trains and supervises the Writing Assistants who staff Eastern’s Writing Center, teaches developmental writing to EQUIP students, and serves as adjunct professor of English in the English Department. Having received his PhD in English from the University of Delaware, Dr. Nordlof has taught composition and literature at a variety of schools; his most recent post was as assistant professor of English at Regis College in Weston, Massachusetts.