Curtis Isozaki, M.A., CF-LSP

Assistant Director, Honors College
Adjunct Professor, Department of Leadership and Organizational Psychology

Phone: (626) 804-2726
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Curtis Isozaki, M.A., CF-LSP, is a higher education professional, executive coach, and leadership practitioner with a kingdom-minded approach to leadership development. He seeks to champion leaders who mobilize their organizations to change the world. As an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through International Coach Federation (ICF), he believes in the power of asking strategic questions that lead to inquiry, inspiration, and initiative in the lives of leaders in organizations. He is certified to facilitate assessments including MBTI® Step I & Step II, Strong Interest Inventory®, Enneagram, and CliftonStrengths® to skyrocket organizational employee engagement and performance.

As the Assistant Director of the Honors College, he is committed to the education and leadership development of the next generation of disciples, scholars, citizens, and leaders who will impact every sphere of society both locally and globally. Through the cultivation of virtue, habits, and goodness, leaders can determine what ought to be done and how it can be done. With rigor, relevancy, and relational pedagogy, his student-centered approach to education encourages learners across generations.


  • M.A. in Leadership: Leadership Development, Azusa Pacific University, 2018
  • B.A. Liberal Studies: Mathematics, Azusa Pacific University, 2014


  • MBTI® Step I & Step II Certified
  • Strong Interest Inventory® Certified
  • Certified Enneagram Coach, Your Enneagram Coach
  • Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, Gallup®
  • LEGO® Serious Play® Certified Facilitator, Association of Master Trainers
  • Associate Certified Coach (ACC), International Coach Federation (ICF)

Academic Area

  • School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences
    • Department of Leadership and Organizational Psychology


  • Coaching
  • Design Thinking
  • Leadership Development
  • Strengths-based Leadership