Long Beach City College Announces New Director of Superintendent-President’s Office

Nevin head shot

Long Beach City College (LBCC) has appointed its new director of the Superintendent-President’s Office: former California State University (CSU) Chancellor’s Office employee Miles J. Nevin.

Nevin will oversee and coordinate all administrative activities of the office, under the direction of LBCC Superintendent-President Eloy Oakley.

“Miles possesses years of experience in education, notably higher education, as well as a mindset of service to his community,” said Superintendent-President of Long Beach Community College District Eloy Oakley.

Previously, Nevin held the title of Executive Director of the California State Student Association at the CSU Chancellor’s Office, where he led the CSU Student Association (the nation’s largest statewide student association, representing 460,000 students attending 23 CSU campuses). In his position, Nevin liaised between the CSU management and students, as well as elected officials. He also spent two years as the CSU system’s director of student affairs.

Most recently, Nevin was appointed to the City of Long Beach Citizen Police Complain Commission by Mayor Robert Garcia, according to a release.

Nevin earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, as well as a Master of Public Administration from Cal State Long Beach (CSULB). He is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Educational Leadership, which he began in 2014.

Nevin lives in Long Beach with his partner, Austin.

Above, left: Photo courtesy of LBCC. 

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