Lisa Stefanko

Lisa Stefanko (she/her) oversees Human Resources, Equity, and Inclusion at Point Park University, where she provides guidance and insight to engage employees to best deliver the University’s mission. Lisa has over 25 years of experience in human resources in both public and private industries and with both union and non-union facilities. Prior to joining Point Park University, Lisa served in leadership roles with Frito-Lay, Dean Foods Company, and private equity held organizations.

Lisa is active in the community and serves on the board of directors of Allegheny Family Network and Pittsburgh Water Polo, and is an active member of North Allegheny School Board’s Citizen’s Advisory Committee.  She previously served as Committee Chair of Cub Scout packs for over 10 years, and she continues to serve Boy Scouts of America as a Merit Badge Counselor.



*Adjunct Professor of Human Resources

*Bachelor’s degree from The Pennsylvania State University in Labor and Industrial Relations

*Master of Business Administration with emphasis in Finance from Auburn University

*How to be Anti-Racist certification (The Diversity and Resiliency Institute of El Paso)

*Leadership Pittsburgh, Inc. Class XXXV

*Achieve Global Certified Facilitator, Leadership & Sales modules

*ADKAR Change Management Certificate

*HAY Compensation System Certificate

Allegheny Family Network



CHATLine offers a well trained and experienced Family Support Partner with personal experience raising a child with behavioral issues who can help with connections to community services, negotiating different systems, or emotional support.  The families can also call to request a face to face one on one Family Support Partner through the CHATLine.


* CHATLine hours of operation are 9:00 am—4:30 pm Monday through Friday.  Calls received after hours will have the option of leaving a message and will receive a call back on the next business day. 

* This CHATLine is not a crisis line.  The CHATLine is a support line and referral service.  In the event of a crisis—AFN staff will refer callers to emergency support services such as 911 or Resolve Crisis Network. 

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