Meet the Faculty

Carina Anttila-Suarez (Professor)

Science/Math/Technology - Biology

Douglas Faust (Instructor)

Science/Math/Technology - Environmental Science
(650) 378-7301x19128

Biography

Doug Faust was formerly a publishing executive in the video game industry. He has been a marketing director for Solar Monkey, an integrator in Southern California for the last several years.

Bruce Greenstein (Instructor)

Science/Math/Technology - Environmental Science
(650) 738-4487
PACIFIC HEIGHTS RM 301

Biography

Bruce Greenstein is an Assistant Professor in the Environmental Science & Technology Building Science Program and enjoys educating and training students for employment in the green-tech/clean-tech sector. Bruce is also an instructor for the California Building Performance Contractors Association‘s Building Science Academy and CBPCA and Building Professionals Certified Building Performance Instructor at Dominican University. Bruce holds an Associate‘s Degree in Telecommunications from Butte Community College, Oroville; a Bachelor of Arts, Journalism from California State University, Chico, and is currently pursuing a Master‘s Degree in Green Building. He also owns and operates Impact Energy, Inc. and Impact Advertising (a freelance graphic design service). Writing and performing music is Bruce‘s most cherished passion. Bruce is the percussionist for Something Big, a five-piece band with an eclectic range of styles; Jazz, Rock, Latin, Reggae, Middle-Eastern and Soul.

Rita Gulli (Program Director)

Science/Math/Technology - Division Office

Christopher Scheuer (Assistant Professor)

Science/Math/Technology - Environmental Science

Omer Thompson (Adjunct Faculty)

Science/Math/Technology - TCOM

Peter Waring (Instructor)

Science/Math/Technology - Environmental Science

Aaron Wilcher (Faculty Coordinator, Career Technical Education)

Science/Math/Technology - Environmental Science

Biography

Project Coordinator; Green and Sustainable Programs, Environmental Science and Technology. Aaron coordinates curriculum and workforce training programs in the Environmental Science and Technology Department, and for the Bay Area Clean Energy Careers (BayCEC) and Home Energy Retrofit Occupations (HERO) grants. He is a lead faculty coordinator for program management, curriculum development, and industry relations. Aaron holds a master‘s degree in City Planning, Community and Economic Development from UC Berkeley, and a master‘s in American studies from Saint Louis University. He has taught in the California community college system and has provided technical assistance and project management in workforce development for community colleges and to the Workforce Investment Boards.


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