(Orange, CA)—The Santiago Canyon College Foundation (SCCF) has appointed Jordan Kahf to its board of directors. The foundation, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, raises funds to support Santiago Canyon College and its students through the leadership of a twelve-member volunteer board of directors.
Mr. Kahf brings to the foundation board many years of experience as a local entrepreneur and non-profit activist. He started his career in the IT industry in 1998, and opened his first business in 2001. Since then, Kahf has started over a half a dozen successful businesses, and has a passion for building start-ups. In 2016, Kahf started his latest venture with CPR, a computer and phone repair business that provides B2B IT services, which has grown to six retail locations in Southern California. CPR is a national franchise with over 500 locations, and he serves as the Western Regional Manager for the franchise head office as well.
Mr. Kahf’s true passion lies in non-profit activism, specifically in assisting non-profits develop self-sustainable financial support structures. He received the Exemplary Partners Award from the Orange County Department of Education’s Career & Technical Education (CTE) Program; serves as the U.S. Director for “1001 Inventions,” a touring exhibition on the history of science; and has served as a board member for the Orange Chamber of Commerce and several other local organizations.
Mr. Kahf completed his MBA in 2006. He is married with three children. “I am excited to have Jordan as our newest SCC Board member. His involvement in our community as an operator of a successful business, along with community involvement, will truly benefit the Foundation and SCC,” said Larry Cohn, SCCF Board President.
About Santiago Canyon College
Santiago Canyon College (SCC) serves more than 17,000 credit and noncredit students each semester. In 2017, SCC was ranked #13 among the 50 Best Community Colleges in the U.S. by College Choice, a leading authority in college and university rankings and resources. The college prepares students for transfer to four-year institutions and careers, and provides courses for personal and professional development, as well as customized training for business and industry. The college is recognized for its adult education program which keeps the working adult - and senior - in mind by offering flexible schedules, and community locations. Serving the residents of Anaheim Hills, Orange, Tustin, and Villa Park, SCC is one of two comprehensive colleges under the auspices of the Rancho Santiago Community College District.