Rebeccah Warren-Marlatt

Vice President, Student Services

Crafton Hills College/San Bernardino Community College District

Rebeccah Warren-Marlatt

Vice President, Student Services

Crafton Hills College/San Bernardino Community College District

Rebeccah Warren-Marlatt has over 30 years’ experience in California public higher education. She received her B.A. and M.A. in Psychology at California State University, San Bernardino, and her doctorate in Leadership for Educational Justice from the University of Redlands.
Dr. Warren-Marlatt is the Vice President of Student Services at Crafton Hills College, the smaller of two colleges in the San Bernardino Community College District. Over the course of her community college career, she served as faculty coordinator, and later director of San Bernardino Valley College’s Disabled Student Programs and Services, as a Dean of Student Services, and as Interim Vice President of Student Services and Instruction. She has taught undergraduate and graduate psychology and counseling courses, and is presently an instructor of strategic planning and change management in the doctoral program in educational leadership at CSUSB.
She has expertise in strategic planning, program evaluation, assessment, and student success. As a leader, she is passionate about collective impact approaches to addressing social issues, and scalable, high-impact educational practices that promote equitable student outcomes.

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