1550 The Alameda, Suite 201
San Jose, California
Senior Program Associate
Philipp manages the E3 Institute Roundtable that brings together local institutes of higher education and community agencies to address issues faced by the early education workforce. He serves as the co-chair of Santa Clara County Office of Education Early Learning Master Planís Workforce Subcommittee; providing leadership on regional and state issues pertaining to the early education workforce.
He is a member of the California Department of Education, Child Development Divisionís Workforce Registry Working Group and facilitates the Early Childhood Professional Development and Education Collaborative.
Prior to joining WestEd, Philipp was a Program Services Administrator for First 5 Alameda County where he designed and implemented early childhood educator professional development programs including leadership programs; the Alameda County CARES Program, higher education initiatives with UC Berkeley, California State University East Bay, and Mills College; a training program for child care center directors; and the Enhanced Mentor Program in collaboration with the California Early Childhood Mentor Program.
His background includes serving as a preschool teacher, coordinating the Latchkey program for Hayward Unified School district; a crisis intervention teacher for the school district of Palm Beach County, Florida; and substitute K-12 teacher.
Philipp received a BA in psychology from Roanoke College.