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Griffin, Courtenay

Courtenay Griffin, Cambridge College
Regional Center Director of CC-Southern California
University of Phoenix
School Affiliation

Cambridge College School of Undergraduate Studies

Academic Focus

Business, paralegal studies, economics and human services

Community Involvement

Parent and advocate for children and young adults with disabilities. In 2008, worked on the Accessible Technology Initiative at Cal Poly Pomona. Participated in Ronald McDonald Walk and Lung Force Walk to promote student community involvement.

Courses Taught
  • School, Family and Community Partnership
  • Ethical Issues of Working Families
  • Family Life Cycles
  • Mediation in the Workplace
  • Community Building Principles and Strategies
  • Bullying Behavior
  • Strategies for Change
  • Adolescents and Anger Management

MBA - University of Phoenix, Ontario, CA
BSBA - University of Phoenix, Ontario, CA
AAPL - Platt College, Ontario, CA


“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
-- Nelson Mandela

Professional Experience
  • Lead Training Coordinator, Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles, CA
  • Adjunct Faculty, ITT Technical Institute, San Dimas, CA
  • Adjunct Faculty, Everest College, Ontario, CA
  • ATI Training Coordinator, Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA
Awards & Recognitions
  • Recipient of the January 2017 Employee Recognition Program, for outstanding service and commitment.
  • Recipient of the April 2015 Employee Recognition Program, for outstanding service and commitment to students, faculty and staff.
  • Recipient of the 2014 Bag Childhood Hunger Campaign community service award presented by Inland Empire United Way.
  • Received Certificate of Appreciation for outstanding performance and dedication as School Participant for bringing awareness of Epilepsy presented by The Epilepsy Center.
  • Recipient of the TPAP Award, for maintaining student retention rate of 96%.
Selected Presentations

The Single Mother Perspective, Mentoring Undergraduate African American Students, University of New Mexico Mentoring Conference.

Professional Memberships & Affiliations
  • Museum of Tolerance
  • The Federal Reserve Bank
  • Toastmaster’s International