VP of Economic Development, Workforce, and Career Technical Education, Monroe Community College
Todd Oldham serves as the vice president for economic development, workforce, and career technical education at Monroe Community College. He is responsible for leading MCC’s initiatives to support regional workforce and economic strategy with data driven academic and non-credit workforce and career technical education. His roles within workforce and economic development have spanned over 19 years within the university and community college at both public and privately funded institutions in California, Washington, and New York. Todd earned a doctorate of education in higher education administration from Northeastern University, an MBA from Chapman University, and a BA, summa cum laude, from UCLA. Todd is also a community college graduate, having earned an AA from Orange Coast College.