Margaret Dyer-Chamberlain joined the Stanford Center on Longevity (SCL) as senior research scholar and managing director in January 2009. Dyer-Chamberlain plays a key role in developing research and educational programs, securing funding for SCL programs, assisting in cultivation of SCL donors, and overseeing staff and consultants.
Prior to SCL, she was senior director of Capital Planning and Space Management at Stanford since September 2001, with responsibility for leading the university’s capital plan process, developing space guidelines for the campus, allocating space, and designing and conducting space planning and utilization studies. With the University Budget Office, she led Stanford’s space charge program.
Dyer-Chamberlain was formerly at Dartmouth College from 1989 to 2001, where she served as associate provost, overseeing facilities planning, community relations, the arts, and academic support functions of the college.