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The Coconino Community College Foundation was founded in 1993 under Arizona Law as a non-profit corporation. It is fiscally and organizationally separate from the College with its own Board of Directors. Its purpose is to receive private gifts, bequests and do... more.
Founding Director of State Director
State Director and Part-Time Project Manager
Arizona Rural Policy Institute-Northern Arizona University
Oregon Microenterprise Network
Bachelor of Arts degree
English ( Creative Writing )
University of Missouri
Master of Science
Curriculum and Instruction ( Instructional Technology )
University of Oregon
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Michael Lainoff Michael Lainoff began public service in 1972 as a wildland firefighter on the Umatilla National Forest. His career over the next forty-three years included service as the Oregon Coast Community College's Small Business Development Center Director, Coconino Community College's Dean of Workforce Development & Extended Learning, Northern Arizona University's Founding Director of the Arizona Rural Policy Institute and Lane Community College's State Director of the Oregon Small Business Development Center Network. Michael holds a BA in English from the University of Missouri, and an MS in Instructional Technology from the University of Oregon. In retirement he serves on two nonprofit boards, occasionally apprehends miscreant salmonids and helps his wife Marna maintain their productive garden. He is an avid backcountry hiker, and spends a week each year on the more obscure trails in the Grand Canyon.
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Michael Lainoff began service as the State Director of the Oregon Small Business Development Center Network on September 1, 2008. Previously he resided in Flagstaff Arizona for thirteen years, and most recently served as the Founding Director of the Arizona Rural Policy Institute at The W. A. Franke College of Business, Northern Arizona University. In this capacity, he provided leadership for the Institute's applied research, policy analysis, and technical assistance programs. Prior to this engagement, he served in Flagstaff as Coconino Community College's (CCC) Dean of Workforce Development & Extended Learning, and as CCC's Small Business Development Center Director and Dean of Continuing Education. Before his arrival in Arizona, he served as the SBDC Director at Oregon Coast Community College, and Training Specialist, Southwestern Oregon Community College. He operated his own consulting firm for ten years, with an emphasis on planning and communications projects. During his SBDC career, Michael had the opportunity to facilitate three Association of Small Business Development Center (ASBDC) conference workshops: "Weaving the SBDC into the Fabric of Your Community," (initially at Snowbird UT and an encore at Orlando FL) and "Small Business Management-Cohort-Based Training for High Impacts" (San Diego). Michael holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English (Creative Writing) from the University of Missouri, and a Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction (Instructional Technology) from the University of Oregon. He is an avid backcountry hiker, and spends a week each year on the more obscure trails in the Grand Canyon.
OregonLive.com - October 2, 2008 Michael Lainoff is the new state director of the Oregon Small Business Development Center Network, the network of 19 centers announced today.
Lainoff most recently served as the founding director of the Arizona Rural Policy Institute at the W. A. Franke College of Business at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. He previously served at Coconino Community College in Flagstaff as dean of Workforce Development and Extended Learning, di ...
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"WebCT Vista will provide us with the best ability to flexibly extend powerful, reliable e-learning from our own campus to Northland Pioneer and across the three counties we service," said Mike Lainoff, Coconino's dean of extended learning.
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