Liz Rozell

Kern Faculty Mentor Coordinator-Math 

Liz Rozell is CVHEC’s Math Faculty Mentor Coordinator for the Kern Master’s Teacher Up-skilling Project for English and Mathematics.

Dr. Liz Rozell currently serves as the senior adviser to the Kern Community College District chancellor in the areas of Baccalaureate Degrees and Energy. Dr. Rozell retired after 30 years at Bakersfield College serving in various roles including
mathematics and engineering faculty, faculty chair, dean of Instruction, and vice president of Instruction. Most of her career was devoted to addressing workforce development needs within Kern County and she continues as a focus in her current work.

One of the highlights of her administrative career was leading the college in the development of its first baccalaureate degree in Industrial Automation. Since her retirement, Dr. Rozell has supported Bakersfield College and KCCD in establishing the foundation for a robust energy program designed to create a workforce prepared to fill the energy jobs of today and the

Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Physics from Houston Christian University, a Master’s of Engineering degree in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M, and doctoral studies in Industrial Engineering at Texas A&M University and Colorado State University.