MSCHE Welcomes Tiffany C. Lee as Vice President for Institutional Field Relations

Tiffany C. LeeThe Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) will welcome Dr. Tiffany C. Lee in August 2023 as Vice President for Institutional Field Relations. In this role, she will serve as a liaison to member institutions, providing advice to institutions and assisting them with accreditation activities. Tiffany will also support Commission representatives engaged in the work of accreditation through the Commission’s multi-level decision-making process.

“I am thrilled to welcome Tiffany to the Commission. With her professional experience across varied college and university operations, she brings critical perspectives that will serve institutions and the Commission well,” said Lead Vice President for Institutional Field Relations Dr. Melissa Hardin.

In addition, Dr. Idna Corbett, Senior Vice President for Accreditation Relations and Services stated, “Tiffany is an exceptional addition to our Accreditation Relations and Services team, and her many years of institutional and accreditation experiences will add strength to our already substantial service to institutions.”

Prior to joining MSCHE, Tiffany served as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Lincoln University (PA). As a higher education professional in roles at Amherst College (MA), New York University, and Lincoln University (PA), Tiffany has supported and led schools through the self-study process and other accreditation activities. She has led services and training for faculty and staff in institutional research, assessment, accreditation, and strategic planning. With a background in finance and data analytics, Tiffany served as an instructor and advisor in statistics, financial management, and first-year experience. In addition, she has been engaged with the Commission as a peer evaluator.

Tiffany earned her Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Liberty University (VA), M.S. in Finance and Economics from West Texas A&M University, and M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration, B.S. in Finance, and certificate in Institutional Research from The Pennsylvania State University.