Kujawa has served as the assistant provost for enrollment management at Lawrence Technological University since 2002. She has more than 30 years of experience in higher education focused on admissions, recruitment, retention, and enrollment management.
At Lawrence Tech she is currently leading the university's effort to improve student achievement and retention and was in instrumental in the reestablishment of intercollegiate athletics. She has also chaired numerous committees at Lawrence Tech on strategic planning, enrollment planning, banner implementation, and mission effectiveness.
She is a past president of the Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrar and Admissions Officers (MACRAO) and a current member of the Midwest ACT Executive Council. She earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial psychology from Mercy College and a Master of Arts in training and development from the University of Michigan - Dearborn. She also attended the Harvard University Management Development program in 2002.
Lisa is a popular speaker on leadership, communication, and collaboration, and has spoken on these topics at numerous national, regional and local educational conferences. She has also presented on the universities celebrated One-Stop Concept and the integration of our enrollment services division at national and international conferences. She is an author of two chapters regarding developing a ladder for admissions professionals.
Before joining Lawrence Tech as director of admissions in 1998, she worked at Mercy College of Detroit as the director of admissions and scholarships, and at the University of Michigan–Dearborn as the associate director of Admissions and director of Information Support Services.