Dean Larry Stephan received his Bachelor of Science in Education from Ohio Northern University and attended graduate school as a Graduate Assistant at the University of Colorado. After two years of teaching high school in Cobram, Victoria, Australia, Stephan came to Embry-Riddle Prescott in April 1979, the end of the first year of the Prescott Campus. Hired as the Director of Recreational Sports, Stephan also assumed the duties of Director of Student Activities. Dean Stephan received his Master of Arts in Education from Northern Arizona University. During his tenure with Embry-Riddle, Stephan served as Associate Dean of Students and Athletic Director before assuming the duties as Dean of Students in May 2009.
Associate Dean Liz Frost first came to Embry-Riddle in 2000 as a Resident Director and left in 2003 to pursue career advancement. Returning to the Embry-Riddle family in 2006, Frost has held the Director of Housing and Residence Life, later named the Director of Student Life, and as of 2013, she was promoted to the Associate Dean of Students. Frost earned her bachelor’s degree from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland in psychology, a master’s degree in educational leadership from Northern Arizona University and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in higher education, leadership organization from Northcentral University. When not at school or work, Liz enjoys spending time outdoors with her family.
Sally Jackson joined Embry-Riddle Prescott in March 2012. Jackson is the Dean of Students Office Manager and is responsible for the overall daily administration and management of the office, preparation of budget/financial reports, and maintenance of the Dean's calendar. She is very involved in OctoberWest (Embry-Riddle's "homecoming" event in Prescott), graduation and the Parents' Association. Jackson also provides assistance to students and parents in need of help as well as providing background checks for student/alumni employment investigations. She is a graduate of Arizona State University and a fourth generation Arizonan.
Deborah Campbell joined Embry-Riddle Prescott in October of 2012. Campbell was a police officer/investigator with the Glendora Police Department (California) for 22 years. She spent eight years investigating cases involving sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse. Campbell took an early retirement from law enforcement and moved with her husband, who also retired from law enforcement, to Arizona. Prescott was the top pick as Deborah's step-son graduated from ERAU Prescott in 2008. Campbell worked in the Campus Safety Department until joining the Dean of Student's office in July 2015 as the University's Title IX Investigator/Education Specialist. When not at work, Deborah enjoys traveling, outdoor activities and spending time with her husband and their dog, Sandy.