Sholeh Alizadeh joined Saddleback College in July 1997. Her responsibilities as the Re-Entry & Women’s Center Serv Officer include advising, referrals, providing resources, teaching workshops, leading support groups, coordinating women’s conferences, and raising money for scholarships for Re-Entry students.
Ph.D. in Government, Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA, 1983
M.A. in Sociology, CSU at Hayward, Hayward, CA, 1979
B.A. in social Sciences, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran, 1975
8 years of teaching Sociology and ESL courses in universities in Tehran, Iran-9 years of teaching workshops and leading support groups at Saddleback College
9 years of comprehensive advising and referrals at Saddleback College- 3 years of counseling at Gateways Hospital & Mental Health Center in L.A.
22 years of experience combined at Saddleback College, Gateways Hospital, Hawthorn Savings & Loan n Long Beach, and Heritage Medical Center in Irvine
Coordinating & Planning & implementing Events
10 years at Saddleback College
Mentoring & Life Coaching
More than 30 years
Crisis Intervention & Prevention
9 years at Saddleback College & 3 years at Gateways Hospital
Throughout life- Lived & worked with diverse population
Fluent in Farsi
Certified Translator (English to Farsi)
In her spare time, Sholeh enjoys reading books, watching movies, dancing, and partying with family & friends.