Director of Institutional Research and Assessment
Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO)
Deborah Lee is the Director of Institutional Research and Assessment and the Accreditation Liaison Officer at Concordia University Irvine. Her background is in criminology, sociology, and research methods. She oversees institutional research, assessment, regional accreditation, and specialized accreditation at Concordia while also serving as the co-chair for the Retention and Persistence Committee. As an alumna of the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) Assessment Leadership Academy, Deborah serves on the WSCUC Academic Resource Conference Proposal Review Committee, and is currently serving her third year on the California Association for Institutional Research Board (CAIR) Board of Directors. This year will be her first year serving as an IPEDS Educator along with 29 other individuals in her cohort.
Brennan Devine, Research Coordinator, received his Bachelors from Marquette University located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, majoring in psychology. During his time there he served on two research labs, cognitive flexibility and sex and gender, for the Marquette’s Psychology department working alongside professors and graduate students. Working alongside Deborah Lee, he supports her efforts to work on institutional research, departmental assessment, regional accreditation and specialized accreditation. He is also published as a co-author on a manuscript published in the Journal of College Student Development, issued in July 2017. Brennan is a working member of the Educational Effectiveness Committee (EEC) and the Institutional Review Board (IRB) at Concordia University Irvine.