Environment Health and Safety
Alex Dajero: Alex Dajero, MBA, MA, CSP, CHMM, CFPS, CHS-IV, CSMP, CEAS I & II, COSS, CDP-I, REPA, serves as the Environmental, Health and Safety Professional for a Fortune 500 company and is a Cal/VPP Special Team Member (STM) (Level 3). Alex has over 23 years of experience in the EHS field. He is also an Associate Faculty Member at the University of Phoenix – San Diego Campus.
Tom Evans, MS, CHMM : Tom Evans is an experienced life sciences and laboratory operations professional with specialties in Environmental Health & Safety, Security, and Facilities Management. He has 16 years of industry experience and has been a part-time EHS instructor at Cuyamaca College since 2008.
David Ivester, MS: Students have stated that Mr. Ivester’s real-world experience from his nearly 35 years in the environmental health and safety profession is invaluable to their learning. A part-time instructor at Cuyamaca College since 1992, Ivester’s day job is as an environmental health and safety manager at Alere San Diego, a maker of medical diagnostics devices.
Justin Pinnell: Mr. Pinnell is a General Motors certified Master Technician with more than twenty-six years of experience in the automotive industry. He possesses thorough knowledge of rules and regulations pertaining to automotive diagnosis, repair and smog check services. He has maintained facilities and performed smog check services for 24 + years in compliance with laws and regulations. Mr. Pinnell is a BAR Certified Training Instructor and has been teaching SMOG update classes, as well as, Automotive Technology courses at Cuyamaca College since 2013.
Chris Branton: Chris Branton has been an instructor since 1983. He has 30 years of experience in automotive repair and management. Currently he teaches and chairs in the automotive technology department at Cuyamaca College. He is ASE Master Certified, and has been for 25 plus years. GM Master Certified for 10 years and coordinates the GM ASEP program. Chris is the chair for the ASEP Standards National Committee. He is a state certified smog instructor. He also the is educational board member of ASCCA local chapter 24.
Erin Roberts: Ms. Roberts has worked for the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District since 2012, first as a Business Developer for Continuing Education, handling development, marketing and operations for all not-for-credit coursework, and later as Corporate Advancement Developer for the Corporate College, managing sales and account management for corporate training contracts as well as strategic planning and development for fee based courses. Erin holds a Bachelor’s Degree from University of Minnesota and brings several years of experience as a business owner to her work with the Corporate College’s business clients. Contact Erin Roberts about customized training at your business.
Charlene Alsbaugh: Charlene Alsbuagh joined the Corporate College in January 2016 as the Workforce Development Assistant. Her work focusses on developing partnerships with CTE programming to deliver short-term continuing education solutions for incumbent workers. Charlene has worked in post-secondary education for 15 years in both academic operations and student affairs. Charlene holds a Master of Arts degree in Postsecondary Educational Leadership from San Diego State University. Contact Charlene Alsbaugh about short-term courses.