Dr. Irvin Clark
Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
Irvin joined Radford University in October 2013 as the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students. In this capacity he serves five primary roles; supervisor for six departments; SGA advisor; senior judicial officer for conduct/appeals; emergency/threat assessment coordinator; and student resource advocate.
Dr. Clark received his Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Florida A&M University (1991), his Masters of Public Administration from Savannah State University (1999) and the Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership & Change from The Fielding Graduate University (2003).
Gina Stike joined Radford University in 2012. She transferred to the Dean of Students Office in January 2015. Gina is a graduate of Radford University, her employment background both at Radford University and the manufacturing field has focused on administrative support, quality and corrective action. Gina supports the Dean of Students and assists the Student Government Association.
Susan joined Radford University in her role as the Associate Dean of Students in June of 2012. Her primary role is to serve as an advocate and resource for students. She also coordinates the Behavioral Consultation Team and supervises three departments.
Susan received her Bachelor of Arts in Education from Elon College (1991) and her Master of Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (1993). She is currently pursuing her doctorate from Fielding Graduate University.
Kim Vest joined the Radford University team in 1994. During her tenure she has supported students and the University community through her work in the Registrar's Office, Center for Diversity and Inclusion (formerly known as Multicultural & International Student Services) and more recently, the Dean of Students Office. Kim supports the Associate Dean of Students and conducts intake for Exceptions to the University Withdrawal process and provides advocacy services and resource information to a variety of constituents.