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Lisa Marie Porché-Burke, American chancellor. Minority fellow University Notre Dame, 1977; graduate scholar University Notre Dame, 1979; recipient Outstanding Young Women American award, 1983, Exemplary Professional Service award, 1991.


Porché-Burke, Lisa Marie was born on November 9, 1954 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Ralph Antoine and June Yvonne (James) Porché-Burke.


Bachelor in Psychology magna cum laude, University Southern California, 1976. Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, University Notre Dame, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, University Notre Dame, 1983.

Doctor of Laws (honorary), Chicago School Professional Psychology, 1994.


Teacher Spanish, Pius X High School, Downey, California, 1976-1977; associate, AVENUES of South Bend (Indiana), Inc., 1981-1982; clinical psychology intern, Boston University School Medicine, 1983-1984; school psychologist, Pierce School, Brookline, Massachusetts, 1983-1984; assistant professor, professional training faculty, California School Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, 1985-1987; assistant professor, California School Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, 1987-1990; coordinator ethnic minority mental health proficiency, California School Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, 1987-1990; associate professor, California School Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, 1987-1990; coordinator multicultural community/proficiency clinical psychology, California School Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, 1990-1991; chancellor, California School Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, since 1992. Guest lecturer Indiana U., South Bend, 1981. Adjunct faculty California School Professional Psychology, 1985, acting provost, 1991-1992.

Consultant Clarke-Porche Construction Company, Inc., 1981, Adolscent School Health Program Boston City Hospital, 1983-1984, California State Department Education, 1987, The Feilding Institute, Santa Barbara, California, 1991. Workshop leader Personnel Department City of South Bend, 1979. Research assistant U. Notre Dame, 1980-1981.

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  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


Fellow American Psychological Association (public information committee, 1993-1995, member-at-large 1987-1990, 92-95, treasurer since 1990, chair 1985-1986, chair fundraising committee 1988-1990, midwinter program committee 1989-1993, board ethnic minority affairs 1987-1988, Jack B. Krasner award 1991). Member National Council School Professional Psychology (nominating committee 1989-1990, chair nominating subcommittee 1989-1990, chair ethnic racial diversity committee 1990-1992), California Psuchol. Association Foundation (board directors 1992, treasurer/Chief Executive Officer since 1993), Women Psychology for Legislative Action (board directors since 1992), Association Black Psychologists.


Married Peter A. Burke, October 27, 1984. Children: Mallory, Dominique, Lauren.

Ralph Antoine Porché-Burke

June Yvonne (James) Porché-Burke

Peter A. Burke

Mallory Porché-Burke

Dominique Porché-Burke

Lauren Porché-Burke