Christina Hart, Ph.D.

Dr. Tina Hart is the Vice President of Enrollment and Student Services at Indian River State College - a comprehensive state college dedicated to serving 30,000+ students annually on the Treasure Coast of Florida. Dr. Hart holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership, a Master’s degree in Counselor Education from Florida Atlantic University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work from Florida State University. Since 1981 she has served in numerous roles in Student Activities/Development, Athletics, Employee Development, and Institutional Effectiveness and is currently the lead administrator over the Division of Enrollment and Student Services and the Branch Campuses.

As the former Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness, she was responsible for leading federal and state grants and contracts, accreditation, planning and assessment, institutional research, employee development and served as the federal liaison for legislative/funding issues and opportunities. She serves on the President’s Cabinet and is the SACSCOC Accreditation Liaison. In that role, she led the College through its’ 2014 decennial accreditation with zero findings and soon after was awarded the 2014 IRSC President’s Cup – the highest award possible at IRSC. In 2016, she was awarded the Administration Commission of the Association of Florida Colleges Leadership Award, and in 2016-17 led the institution’s Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence Award process, resulting in IRSC receiving “Finalist with Distinction” honors.

In previous positions she was responsible for coordinating leadership development experiences for college students and coaches, creating the IRSC Employee Development Program (EDP) which provides professional development offerings for staff, faculty and administrators college-wide. She has presented extensively locally, statewide and nationally on numerous topics geared towards personal/professional/leadership development and cultural enhancement.