Working at CPP

Our Culture of Care

Our employees come from all walks of life, committed to serving students – especially those who are historically underrepresented and under-resourced – and driven by the transformative promise of higher education. Our employees reflect the broad diversity of our student body, and many are first-generation college graduates themselves.

At CPP, you are empowered to be your authentic self, share your lived experiences with colleagues and students, and contribute to building a more positive and inclusive campus.

While you serve students and the campus, we support you through:

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What I Love About Working at CPP

Winny Dong

My dad was a professor and loved working with students. He is my role model. I found I was able to develop meaningful and long-lasting relationships with students through mentoring.

– Winny Dong
College of Engineering

Earnest Harrison

By making space at the academic table for BIPOC, AAPI, Latink and LGBTQIA+ stories, we validate the identity, voice and cultural contributions of our students.

– EJ Harrison
Assistance Professor,
College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences

Christina Gonzales

Working at CPP as the Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students is a testament to the transformative power of higher education. It's where I witness the magic of student empowerment, the beauty of diversity in action, and the boundless potential of collaborative efforts. At CPP, every day presents an opportunity to make a tangible difference in the lives of our students, and that's what I love most about being here.

– Christina Gonzales
Vice President,
Student Affairs

Jacqueline Naranjo

I know how valuable it would have been to feel seen and reflected on campus. It is now my honor to help strengthen awareness and pride in the first-generation experience.

– Jacqueline Naranjo Senior Coordinator of Academic Support and Engagement

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