Student Life

Assistant Directors

Cassandra Morton

Assistant Director of Residence Life 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Office: Founders Hall
Phone: 909-748-8391 Campus Ext. 8391
Email: Cassandra_Morton@redlands.edu

Welcome to Redlands! I’m very excited to meet all of you. I too am a Bulldog having graduated from the University of Redlands, College of Arts and Sciences in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Global Business and the School of Business with a Masters in Business Administration in 2012. During my time as an undergraduate student, I was active in Greek Life as a member of the Beta Lambda sorority, student government as the 2009-2010 Residence Life and Housing Representative on the ASUR President’s Cabinet, was a Community Assistant for two years, and a Community Director my senior year. I also performed with the Musical Theater Company and studied abroad both in Salzburg, Austria and Barcelona, Spain. I am going into my sixth year and am truly looking forward to helping shape your wonderful experiences here on campus!

 

James Warren

Assistant Director of Residence Life

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Office: Founders Hall
Phone: 909-748-7610 Campus Ext. 7610
Email: James_Warren@Redlands.edu

Hello Bulldogs! My name is James Warren, and I am one of the Assistant Directors of Residence Life and Housing. I graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology, College of Liberal Arts, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Professional and Technical Communications. I received a Masters of Arts Degree in Economic and Social Development of Regions from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. I am originally from the East Coast. I was born in raised in Hartford, CT. I am very passionate about students, inclusion, diversity, and mentorship and leadership. Outside of work, I enjoy singing, writing, theatre, and playing racquetball. This is my going to be my second year living and working in California, and I am looking forward to new, exciting, and fulfilling experiences with students. 


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Cogeneration Plant

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