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Economic & Workforce Development:

Meet the IVC EWD Team

corine_web_headshot.jpegCorine Doughty

Dean, Instruction, Economic and Workforce Development

Corine Doughty has over 15 years of experience in community colleges as both director and dean in Business, Career Technical Education and Economic and Workforce Development. She has served as president of the California Community College Association for Occupational Education and holds certifications in Achieve Global Leadership Series, Customer Service, Human Resource Management and Orange County Society for Training and Development's Total Trainer Program. Corine earned her bachelor's degree in psychology at Chapman University and a master's degree in counseling psychology from Pepperdine University. In addition, Corine holds a certificate in human resource management and California Real Estate License. She has taught at California State University, Long Beach, Chapman University and in Rancho Santiago's Public Service Institute.

anna.jpgAnna Minniece

Economic and Workforce Development Programs Specialist

Anna Minniece has worked at Irvine Valley College for over 16 years. She has held various positions for the college in Extended Opportunity Program and Services, Student Life, and the Tutoring Center. Her expertise and professionalism in student services and financial aid provides the perfect background to assist students. Anna earned a bachelor's degree in human services from California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) and a master's degree in psychology from Pepperdine University. She transferred to CSUF from Irvine Valley College.

Contact

Advanced Technology and Education Park (ATEP)
15445 Lansdowne Road
Tustin, CA 92782


Doing What Matters

IVC EWD proudly supports the state of California's Doing What Matters workforce training initiative by focusing on priority and emerging sectors within Orange County, including advanced manufacturing, energy, and bio-technology.

Classes offered through Irvine Valley College and its affiliates are not-for-credit classes, unless otherwise indicated. IVC EWD values your input. Contact IVC-EWD@ivc.edu should you have any questions or comments about our or our affiliate’s course offerings.

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