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Craig Urrizola

Craig Urrizola is an online faculty member at University of Phoenix, where he has been teaching since January 2012. Urrizola received his M.B.A from California State University, Fresno and holds a Master’s in Information Systems Management degree from University of Phoenix, and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree, also from University of Phoenix.

In 2006, Urrizola became CIO at Saladino’s, Inc., a privately owned 525M+ food service distributor with more than 450 employees. Prior to his role as CIO, he was the IS Manager, responsible for daily operations and internal systems.  

Before joining Saladino’s, Urrizola was a Senior Systems Consultant and Engineer, where he participated in large projects for the Department of Veterans Affairs, DHL, and the property management company for the Sears Tower.

Craig was the 23rd Citrix Certified Enterprise Administrator in the world. He has designed and configured Citrix systems in multiple environments including an investment company with offices in North America, Asia, Europe, and Africa, and at the Center of Advanced Research and Technology (CART).

Mr. Urrizola also served his country as Petty Officer 3rd Class in the US Coast Guard where he was deployed on the USCGC Rush (WHEC-723) and the USCGC Mellon (WHEC-717).

He has extensive certifications and training including: HP Master Accredited Systems Engineer in High Availability and Clustering, HP Accredited Systems Engineer (Windows Specialization), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Certified Novell Engineer, CNE4, CNE5, Citrix Certified Enterprise Administrator, UCLA Technical Management Program (TMP), and SAP ERP & CRM Training.

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