Meet Nicole Griffin, the new Program Manager for Dual Enrollment and Prison Education at the Tehachapi Campus. Now part of Cerro Coso's Prison Education program, Griffin will have the opportunity to help incarcerated individuals receive an education, which will not only make them less likely to return to prison after their release, but also lead to less violence and create a more positive prison environment.
Griffin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from San Diego State University, a Masters of Public Policy (MPP) from CSU-Monterey Bay, and a California Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential. Griffin's motto for life is "live for adventure and experience the world." Welcome Nicole.