Miles J. Nevin Named Director of the Superintendent-President’s Office for LBCC
2016-02-29 · By Editor
Miles J. Nevin has been named Director of the Superintendent-President’s Office for Long Beach City College.
Under the direction of the Superintendent-President, Nevin serves as the chief of staff of the Superintendent-President’s Office, overseeing and coordinating all administrative activities of the Superintendent-President’s Office and executive offices.
“Miles possesses years of experience in education, notably higher education, as well as a mindset of service to his community,” said Eloy Ortiz Oakley, Superintendent-President of Long Beach Community College District.
Nevin most recently served as Executive Director of the California State Student Association at the California State University Office of the Chancellor, where he led the nation’s largest statewide student association. The Association represents 460,000 students attending the 23 CSU campuses, with offices in Long Beach and Sacramento. Nevin served as CSSA’s primary liaison and advocate to the CSU Chancellor, the governor, and state and federal policy makers. Prior to his role as Executive Director, Nevin spent two years as the association’s Director of University Affairs.
Previously, Nevin served as the Public Affairs Manager at Children Today, Inc., a Long Beach-based non-profit organization that offers early childhood education to homeless children. Nevin has since joined that organization’s Board of Directors where he chairs the Board Development Committee. He also serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Campaign for College Opportunity.
Nevin also previously worked at Cal State Long Beach as a Coordinator of Student Life and Development as well as at St. Anthony High School as the Assistant to the President for Development and Alumni Affairs.
Recently, Nevin received a mayoral appointment to the City of Long Beach Citizen Police Complaint Commission.
Nevin holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice and a Master of Public Administration from CSU Long Beach. In 2014 he returned to CSU Long Beach where he is pursuing a Doctorate in Educational Leadership. Nevin lives in Long Beach with his partner, Austin.