The Leadership Institute for Tomorrow (LIFT) was created to provide mentoring to young diverse professionals seeking professional development in higher education leadership. These young professionals will be mentored by seasoned leaders including the following: college and university presidents, chancellors, deans and provosts.
Doctoral alumn and adjunct professor Dr. Eric Rabitoy ('13, Ed. D.) collaborated with Educational Leadership Department professors Dr. Dawn Person and Dr. John Hoffman in developing the manuscript entitled "Supplemental instruction: The effect of demographic and academic preparation variables on community college student academic achievement in STEM-related fields".
The Educational Leadership Department is proud to recognize MSHE alumna Ashley Cherry, and second year MSHE student Raul Mendoza for their contributions to the Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA; http://ocapica.org/us/) organization. Ashley currently works for OCAPICA and Raul is doing his fieldwork with OCAPICA.
The Educational Leadership Department extends a warm welcome to Tina M. King who is our Student Affairs Professional/Advisor for our department. Tina is currently a doctoral student for our Doctorate of Education program.
Tina previously spent the past 10 years in K-12 educational system in various roles. She began her career as a 6th and 7th grade teacher for Compton Unified School District, Compton. She transitioned out of the classroom as a Site Coordinator and Learning ...