Inland Empire, CA
Currently serving as the California Community College Chancellor's Office Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy initiative Inland Empire/Desert Region (9) Deputy Sector Navigator for Information Communications Technology/Digital Media.
An accomplished and knowledgeable educator and business professional specializing in Logistics Operations, Supply Chain, and Systems Implementation Management. I hold a Master of Business Administration from the University of Laverne.
I began my public service career in 1973 with the City of Covina Public Works Department whileworking on my undergraduate degree. I continued on to the State of California-Employment Development Department where I administered unemployment claims and taught job search workshops. I spent the bulk of my career in the Private Sector at Storage Technology Corporation(StorageTek) working as a Computer Engineer, Corporate Trainer, Customer Service Manager, and helping to develop the service parts logistics organization. After StorageTek, I worked for two short‐lived dot‐com companies, worked as a substitute teacher, and I was the Transportation Manager at the Gillette Company (now a division of Proctor & Gamble) and Toyo TiresUSA Corporation. In 2010 I returned to the Public Sector as the Logistics Technology Manager for San Bernardino Community College District Employment Development and Corporate Training's Southern California Logistics Technology Collaborative grant.
I am committed to developing and educating our future workforce.