• Mailing Address:
  • School of Pharmacy
  • University of Wisconsin
  • 777 Highland Ave.
  • Madison, WI 53705

  • Office:
  • 1121 D Rennebohm Hall

  • Phone: 608-265-3962
  • Email:

  • Dean's Office

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Lisa Imhoff

Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Lisa Imhoff (she/her) serves as Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin–Madison. Lisa has over 17 years of driving change, innovation, and growth among individuals, teams, and organizations. Through her work and lived experiences, Lisa has consistently applied an equity and inclusion lens and has a record of advancing equity initiatives in organizations. Before her career in higher education, Lisa worked in the healthcare sector and has direct experience working with historically excluded and marginalized communities in the Madison and Dane County area. Lisa serves as a DEI organizational strategist, consultant, and advocate in her current role. She is an instructor in two health equity-focused courses and frequently serves as a guest lecturer in the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum. In 2022, Lisa was named one Wisconsin’s Most Influential Asian American Leaders.

Lisa is a two-time alumna of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, earning her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Women's Studies and Master of Science in Social Work.

Lecturer in the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum. 

  • Course coordinator and instructor for the course, Health Equity & Social Justice for Healthcare Providers
  • Co-instructor for the course, Marginalized Populations in Healthcare and Media
  • Frequently guest lecture in the Professional Development and Engagement series 


Highlighted Publications:

Abrams, L., Look, K, Imhoff. L, (2022). The importance of providing gender-affirming care in pharmacy practice. Exploratory Research in Clinical and Social Pharmacy, 6. 

Chisholm-Burns, M., Imhoff, L., Johnson, L., Spivey, C. Welage, L. (2021). Call to action for promoting social justice. American Journal of Pharmacy Education, 85(9), 887-890.