Bryan Miller

Bryan Miller, Vice President of Communications and Technology

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Areas of expertise:

  • Strategic communications
  • Technology design
  • Visual design
  • Branding and marketing

Bryan Miller is Vice President of Communications and Technology at the Foundation for California Community Colleges. Miller’s focus on partnership development, collaborative role in aligning systemwide communications and technology initiatives, and his creative buildout and oversight of the Foundation’s marketing, communications, and multi-platform technology design and development efforts all directly support greater access and success for California Community College students.

Miller is a recognized edtech thought leader and nationally recognized, award-winning graphic designer. A California Community Colleges system expert, he previously served as Creative Director for the strategic communications division of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office before joining the Foundation in 2007. 


  • Leads communications, technology, and business development strategy for CCPS, FUSION, LaunchPath, and Here to Career
  • Instrumental strategist and key collaborator for the design and launch of the nation’s first fully online community college
  • Spearheading design and implementation of the Student Centered Design Lab to align student-facing tools, communication campaigns, and processes and policies systemwide

Miller is a proud alumnus of American River College and graduate of the Art Institute of Seattle. A former city commissioner for economic development, as well as a founding board member of FutureReady - the Mayor’s Trust for Youth, Miller is passionate about improving young people’s lives through civic engagement, college and career readiness, and work-based learning.

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