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Reed B. Markham, American Education educator, consultant. President board of trustees Regents College, 1986. Member Doctorate Association New York Scholars, National Association Private Nontraditional Colls. (accrediting committee since 1989), Public Rels. Society American (director-at-large inland empire 1992-1993, faculty advisor).


Markham, Reed B. was born on February 14, 1957 in Alhambra, California, United States. Son of John F. and Reeda (Bjarason) Markham.


Bachelor, Brigham Young University, 1982. Master of Arts, Brigham Young University, 1982. Bachelor of Science, Regents College, 1981.

Master of Arts, Regents College, 1982. Master of Public Administration, University Southern California, 1983. Master of Arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1989.

Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia Pacific University, 1991.


Member of faculty, Brigham Young U., Provo, Utah., 1984; member of faculty, California State University, Fullerton and Long Beach, 1984; member of faculty, California State University, Northridge, 1985; member of faculty, El Camino College, Torrance, California, 1986; member of faculty, Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, California, 1986; member of faculty, Pasadena (California) College, 1986; member of faculty, Fullerton (California) Community College, 1986; instructor, member public relations committee, Chaffey (California) College, 1986-1987; professor, CARES director, California State Polytechnic U., Pomona, 1987-1998; Adjunct Professor, California State University, Los Angeles, 1992-1993; director Center for Student Retention, California State University, Los Angeles, since 1995; professor, East Los Angeles College, 1996-1998; professor, Salt Lake Community College, since 1998. Research assistant to president Center for the Study of Cmty. College, 1985; member of faculty Riverside (California) College, 1989-1990, Rio Hondo (California) College, 1989-1990, English Language Institute, 1994, California Poly Summer Bridge, 1989-1995,East Los Angeles College.

Adjunct Professor Citrus College, since 1998. Speechwriter Supreme Court of the United States Court, Washington, 1980. Consultant gifted children program Johns Hopkins University/Scripps College, Claremont, California, 1987-1988.

Member of faculty Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Program East Los Angeles, 1995-1996. Faculty East Los Angeles College, 1996-1997. Adjunct Professor University of Southern California, since 1998.

Professor Salt Lake Creative Commons, 1998-1999.



The Heavenly Mother is like the Heavenly Father: perfect, wise, compassionate, and holy. Every human being is a beloved spirit child of heavenly parents, God the Father and a Heavenly Mother.


President board trustees Regents College, 1986. Appointed to President's Coalition for American Reads Challenge. Member Council Study of Community Colleges, since 2002.

Torchbearer Olympic Winter Games, 2002. Unit commissioner Boy Scouts of America, since 2002. Board governors University College of Caribbean, 2005.

Member American Communications Association (unit commissioner Journal editorial board 2007-2008), Doctorate Association New York Scholars, National Association Private Nontraditional Colleges (accrediting committee since 1989), Public Relations Society of America (director-at-large inland empire 1992-1993, faculty advisor), Center Study Community Colleges, Middle States Commission Higher Education(accrediter, 2008), Florida Communications Association, International Debate Education Association.


John F. Markham

Reeda (Bjarason) Markham