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government administrator , consultant

Scott Gerald Miller, American government administrator, consultant. Certified community college faculty. Awarded Key to City of Long Beach, 1989; recipient Golden Pin award National Association of Colleges and Universities, 1979.


Miller, Scott Gerald was born on May 23, 1956 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Rodman Earl and Sondra Sue (Miller) Miller.


Bachelor with highest honors, San Diego State University, 1978. Master of Education, University Georgia, 1980. Doctor of Public Administration, Arizona State University, 1987.


University administrator University Georgia, Athens, 1978-1980, University Kansas, Lawrence, 1980-1981. Faculty associate, administrator Arizona State University, Tempe, 1981-1984. Assistant to city manager City of Palm Desert, California, 1984-1985.

Manager Deloitte Haskins & Sells, Costa Mesa, California, 1985-1989. Senior manager Ernst & Young, 1989-1990. Manager performance audits City and County of San Francisco, since 1990.

Chairman board directors National Association of Colleges and Universities, Athens, 1977-1979.


  • Certified community college faculty.


Secretary-treasurer City of Phoenix Community Center, 1983-1984, American Red Cross organizer, San Diego and Athens, Georgia, 1978-1980. Commission member Mayors Charter Amendment Task Force, Long Beach, California, 1989-1990. Member, subcommittee chair Year 2000 Task Force, Palm Desert, 1984-1985.

Committee member California State Secondary Education Commission, Sacramento, 1984-1985. Member American Psychological Association, American Society for Public Administration (vice president 1988-1990, certified of achievement 1990), Municipal Executive Association, Municipal Management Assistants of Southern California (Ernie Mariner award 1986, executive board directors 1985-1988), American College Personnel Association (commission member), Municipal Management Assistants Northern California, Pi Alpha Alpha, Phi Kappa Theta (district governor 1988-1990, Appreciation award 1990), Alpha Iota Epsilon.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: movie reviewing, tennis, traveling.


Rodman Earl Miller

Sondra Sue (Miller) Miller