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Kailani Bowers

Title: Transition Coordinator, Adult Education
Degrees: A.A., Social & Behavioral Sciences, Cañada College; B.S., Human Development, Minor in Psychology, University of California, Davis
About: In partnership with the ACCEL Executive Director, Adult School Transition Specialists, and adult education consortia, Kailani assists with programs and services to support adult education students’ transition to community college. If you are an adult student who need help applying to the college, registering for classes, or have any college related questions, please don’t hesitate to email Kailani.
Hobbies: In her free time Kailani enjoys exploring the Bay Area, seeing live music, trying new restaurants, and hanging out with friends/family.

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Evan Kaiser

Title: Associate Professor
 M.A., English, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), San Francisco State University; B.A., Linguistics, University of California, Santa Cruz
Teaching Experience:
 Since 2012
Career Highlights: 
Teaching ESOL at the American Language Institute (San Francisco, CA) and Composition at San Francisco State University (San Francisco, CA)
Hobbies: Seeing live music, playing the drums, spending time with cats, and cooking elaborate meals with friends
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Alex Kramer

Title: Director of Workforce Development
Degrees: A.S., Social and Behavioral Sciences; B.S., Business Administration with emphasis on Marketing, minor in Public Relations
About: Alex serves as a point of contact with regional employers seeking to engage with faculty and students at the college. In his role, Alex manages Strong Workforce Program funding provided by the state to ensure that career education programs at College of San Mateo teach in-demand skills that prepare students to be successful once earning a certificate or degree. In his free time Alex enjoys traveling, going to concerts, trying new restaurants and working on vintage Volkswagens.
Quote: “Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.” - Buddha
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Todd Windisch

Title: Assistant Professor
Degrees: M.S. Education (TESOL), California State University, Fullerton; B.A. French & Francophone Studies, University of California, Los Angeles
Teaching Experience: Since 2013
Career Highlights: Taught at credit and noncredit ESL Programs across Southern California, including Mt. San Antonio College, Saddleback College, and California State University, Fullerton
Hobbies: Seeing live theater & music, watching & discussing films, playing video games, and exploring the Bay Area
Spring Recess
March 24-30, 2024
Cesar Chavez Day
March 29, 2024
Flex Day (No Classes)
April 18, 2024
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