Margaret A. Lambert, MA
Dean and Vice President, Enrollment Strategy
Margaret A. Lambert has been with the University since 1980 and in her role as Dean of Enrollment Strategy, she is a key component on all matters related to enrollment strategy, program alignment, student satisfaction, accreditation, and registrar processes.
Dean Lambert has been an integral part of SGU’s success throughout her tenure with the University. She pioneered the international recruitment of medical students and created relationships with international partners. Dean Lambert also helped build a partnership with Northumbria University that ultimately resulted in the Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars Program’s formation. She was a co-founder of the Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation (WINDREF) and helped create and launch numerous initiatives, including the Med/Vet Summer Leadership Academy, Family Weekend, and the nine-college system within the School of Medicine.
Dean Lambert earned her Bachelor of Arts in English and philosophy from Boston College and her Master of Arts in English education from New York University.