Webinar: Resilience Training in Rancho Cucamonga During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Recorded On: 12/16/2021
Rancho Cucamonga (California) Deputy Director of Human Resources Jenifer Phillips will outline how the city leveraged internal talent and vulnerable leadership during the pandemic to support its employees, while cultivating resilience in both work and life. Phillips will be joined by two city employees, Clarence de Guzman and Brittany M. Garcia, who will share their personal stories.
Please join us on December 16th at 1:00 PM EST.
Deputy Director of Human Resources
City of Rancho Cucamonga
Jenifer is thoughtful and accomplished leader and executive coach with over twenty years of diverse organizational development, human resources and leadership experience in private, non-profit and public sectors. Understanding the challenges and joys that come with leadership responsibility, she helps employees hone and strengthen key leadership skills and self-awareness to uncover who they are and what they want - so they can lead with certainty and authenticity.
Jenifer is a Certified Professional Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation. She is also a Certified Daring Way – Facilitator™, which is a coaching method based on the research and teachings of Dr. Brené Brown.
Jenifer holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Human Resources from California Polytechnic University, Pomona, a master’s degree in Organizational Development from Azusa Pacific University and received her Coach Training at UC Davis.
Teen and Adult Services Librarian II
Rancho Cucamonga Library Services
Brittany (she/her) is the Adult and Teen Services Supervisor of the Rancho Cucamonga Public Library. She has been working in adult and teen services as well as technology services for the last eight years specializing in programming, leadership, and grant writing. She earned her Master's in Library and Information Studies from San Jose State University.
Clarence de Guzman
Management Analyst I
Community Development, City of Rancho Cucamonga
Clarence is a public sector professional who utilizes transdisciplinary research, program development, organizational management, and meaningful community engagement to improve human health. With a diverse set of educational and professional experiences under his belt, he is committed to applying his technical skills in scientific research and fundamental knowledge of public health systems to make a positive impact on community development and population health.
He hopes to continue working alongside communities in building stronger and sustainable health systems, closing the gap in health inequities, and fostering resiliency, especially among underserved and underrepresented populations. His passion for public health is rooted in experiences of growing up in a small rural town in the Philippines. They have magnified his understanding of one’s social responsibility to their community, and of the exigency to engage in affairs of improving the human condition.
Clarence holds a bachelor’s degree in Geography from the University of California, Berkeley and a master’s degree in Global Health from Georgetown University.