Educational Opportunity Fund Program
Academics – Rm. 122C
Tiffani Warren – Dean of Learning/EOF Director
Warren County Community College
475 Route 57 West Washington, NJ 07882
Phone: (908) 835-2307
Email: [email protected]
Tiffani Warren is a change agent and difference-maker. She is the Dean of Learning in Academics at Warren County Community. She functions as the college’s Educational Opportunity Fund Program Director and principle investigator to the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education-EOF Central Office. She also has primary oversight over Warren County Community College’s Instructional Support Center (Tutoring), Library Services, and High School Student Dual Enrollment, which enables students from the Warren County area to take approved college course equivalent classes at their high school to earn college credits at no cost. Tiffani Warren holds a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She also earned a Master’s of Science degree in Management, an Online Learning and Teaching Graduate Certificate, and an Educational Leadership graduate certificate from Thomas Edison State University. She started her professional career as an Industrial Engineer at PSE&G, NJ Transit, Calvin Klein, Liz Claiborne, and Piercing Pagoda. She is a fearless advocate of educational equity. She is aware that in many ways, the students and families she now serves are slightly different versions of herself at the beginning of her educational journey as a first-generation college student. Tiffani believes in the African Proverb “It takes a village to raise a child” and “To whom much is given, much is required” and recognizes that her role requires bringing together a community of support to ensure that each student achieves their personal goals.
Sarah George received her bachelor’s degree in economics as a nontraditional student at the University of Southern Maine and her masters in Economics from the University of Notre Dame. She has worked in nonprofits and community development with the United Way as part of her special interest in the working poor.
Before joining the administration at Warren County Community College, she was a stay at home mom and substitute teacher. She loves economics and strives to make an impact on her students regardless of their academic interests. When she’s not teaching, she enjoys spending time with her adult children, long walks in the woods, and cuddling with her dog Buddy.
Lisa Stoll is currently the Librarian/Library Coordinator at Warren County Community College. She earned an Associates Degree in Secondary Education at WCCC, a Bachelor’s of Arts in History from Thomas Edison State College, a Master’s Degree of Science in Library and Information Science from Drexel University, a Master’s Degree in Science in Higher Education from Walden University, and is currently working on her PhD at Walden University. Having worked at WCCC for 15 years, Lisa is devoted to WCCC’s mission of helping create a community of learners. She most enjoys working with students on an individual or small group basis, and mentoring students.
In her spare time, Lisa enjoys researching, playing video games, working out, and spending time with her family of humans and animals.