Hajir Nuriddin
Ms. Nuriddin is a twenty-eight (28) year veteran of the Bakersfield California Police Department, currently assigned as Captain of the Investigations Division. Ms. Nuriddin has commanded a variety of divisions throughout her career and was the first female motorcycle supervisor in the history of the department. Ms. Nuriddin has been recognized as one of the most outstanding African-American females in the community and in 2002 she received the Southern California National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, “Law Enforcement Officer of the Year” award. Additionally, Ms. Nuriddin is a nationally recognized speaker on leadership and diversity in the public and private sector and has trained thousands of executives nationally and internationally. Ms. Nuriddin has also trained as a consultant for FranklinCovey working with corporate and public organizations and executives across the country.

Participants learn in an energetic and highly interactive session, challenging and enabling them to expand their knowledge on key leadership principles and teamwork. Her dynamic sessions allow participants the opportunity to increase personal clarity and confidence and greater understanding of the power of one’s personal leadership style, career strength and how to master it.

Ms. Nuriddin is certified as a FranklinCovey instructor for The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Great Leaders, Great Teams, Great Results and several other FranklinCovey programs. The Department of Justice, and Souder, Balances & Associates Trainers also certifies her as a Cultural Diversity instructor.

Ms. Nuriddin holds a Bachelor and Master of Public Administration Degree from California State University, Bakersfield. She is a graduate of the Police Executive Research Forum/Harvard University Senior Management Institute for Police, the FBI National Academy 242nd Session and various other executive development courses.

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