Tamara Cherry-Clarke

Assistant Director for Student Conduct

Tamara Cherry-Clarke serves as the Assistant Director in Student Conduct. She assists the university’s chief conduct officer in facilitating the educational mission of the department, implementing the strategic vision of the office, and providing leadership in departmental decision-making and problem solving.  Tamara holds a master’s degree in Human Service Counseling with a concentration in Executive Leadership from Liberty University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Norfolk State University.

Previously Tamara served as an Assistant Director in Career and Professional Development at Virginia Tech. She has worked in a variety of roles within higher education, including academic and career advising, educational counseling, and teaching at different college and university campuses.

Tamara is a member of the Class of 2017, Virginia Tech Management Academy. She also serves as an instructor for Virginia Tech’s Summer Academy recitation course, a program designed specifically for incoming freshman and transfer students to experience campus life six weeks before the rush of fall.

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