Randy White, D.Min.
- D.Min., Transformational Leadership of the Global City, Bakke Graduate University
- M.A., Urban Sociology and Community Development, Fresno Pacific University & Seminary
- Master of Christian Studies, New College Berkeley
- B.A., Child Development, California State University, Sacramento
Randy has been an urban activist and practitioner for more than 25 years, working in some of the most vulnerable neighborhoods of the city and around the world. He was the founder of FIFUL, the Pink House, and many other urban training formats in Fresno. Globally he led doctoral programs of Bakke Graduate University helping leaders from 39 countries imagine and implement new forms of community transformation in their cities. In 2012 Randy founded the Center for Community Transformation at FPU. He is the author of many books and articles on urban ministry, the latest of which is Out of Nazareth: Christ-Centered Community Transformation in Unlikely Places (Urban Loft, 2017).
Administrative Program Coordinator
Jeanette is the assistant to the director of the CCT. Her administrative duties include planning, tracking and maintaining details to CCT programs and events, and scheduling Randy’s busy schedule.
Program Director for Certificado En Liderazgo Pastoral y Ministerial
Brenda is the CCT Program Director for the Certificate in Pastoral and Ministerial Leadership (CPML). She works assisting local Spanish-speaking leaders with their registration, she keeps professors organized and ensures the quality and efficiency of the program.
Brenda graduated May of 2014 with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. After completing her internship, the CCT knew what a gem it had and Brenda was hired as staff to continue her work with CPML.
Program Director for Community Initiatives
Carlos is CCT’s Program Director for Community Initiatives. He handles everything within CCT that deals with their initiatives in GED, Financial Literacy, Social Enterprise and Civic Renewal.
Carlos Graduated from Fresno Pacific in 2013 with a degree in Social Work. He subsequently worked as the Director of Training and Development at another local Community Benefit Organization, doing professional development training with school districts nationwide, but now looks forward to serving more deeply in the Central Valley.