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  • B. TYLER MILLER, M.A. Profile 3234 E. Acacia Ave • Fresno, CA 93726 • 707.206.5212 • www.linkedin.com/in/tmiller1212 • @tmiller1212 • tymiller@csufresno.edu Strengths • • • Student centered housing philosophy Strong leadership, vision, and goal setting with assessment to determine success Innovative thinker and problem solver • • Personnel Management Higher Education Leadership • • Assessment Technology/Social Media • • Training and Presenting Analyzing trends Career Progression: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF HOUSING Provide overall administration and management of all aspects of the residential life program, marketing and summer conference programs in a community of 1,100 students (of various academic classes including significant numbers of international and transfer students) in four communities with nine buildings. The department is an auxiliary enterprise. Hire, directly supervise, train, and evaluate professional staff, graduate resident directors, and fifty student paraprofessional staff. Teach, developed and passed through curriculum committee a Foundations of Leadership for Residential Life and Student Involvement class. Collaborate with campus on various committees including the leadership co-curricular certificate program, student affairs resource fair, and Welcome Week planning. Responsible for the assessment of all programs and initiatives in the department; responsible for the marketing initiatives for the auxiliaries. June 2007 Present RESIDENTIAL LIFE COORDINATOR Responsible for the day-to-day operation and supervision of the Residential Life Program (600 beds; 3 residence villages). Hired, directly supervised, trained, and evaluated nine resident advisors. Responsible for the Residence Programs budget. Served as advisor for: Residence Hall Association, Village Varsity, and Drug and Alcohol councils. Coordinated all student conduct related referrals and administrative hearings for residence hall students. Responsible for administration of bed spaces, including assignments July 2006June2007 RESIDENTIAL LIFE COORDINATOR Responsible for the management of a residence village which accommodated 300 first year students. Hired, directly supervised, trained, and evaluated five (5) Community Service Assistants; provided academic advising for students living in the area; taught first year seminar and Exploring Leadership classes; worked with a group of staff and students on drug and alcohol programming department and campus wide; worked collaboratively with campus departments on various projects; coordinated Residential life staff training for the entire department. Served as the advisor to the residence hall student government; served as a resource for all other community and university programs and agencies; coordinated all in-house student conduct situations; served on assessment, technology, and crisis preparedness subcommittees with the university; served as a campus sexual assault counselor and confidential resource; and provided residents with programs of a cultural, recreational, social and educational focus June 2003 June 2006 ON SITE MANAGER, PARADISE PINES PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION Responsible for the overall administration and management of a Homeowner’s Association of 3,300 homeowners; supervised day-to-day operations/functions of the association; direct supervision of eleven (11) full time professional staff; developed and implemented association policy and procedures; hired, trained, and evaluated all staff; responsible for budget planning and management of funding sources for a $1+ million annual budget (including operations and reserve accounts); ensured compliance with covenants, conditions, and restrictions, laws concerning common interest developments and board of director policies; managed facilities maintenance; defended the association in small claims court; managed, administered, and stocked the Association Bar, including compliance with ABC policies; community liaison with non-association property owners; negotiated and monitored service contracts; implemented renovation projects July 2002June 2003 RESIDENCE COMMUNITY Responsible for the management of a residence apartment complex which accommodated 300 returning and transfer students. Hired, directly supervised, trained, and evaluated a COORDINATOR, Resident Director, sixteen (16) Resident Advisor staff, and 5 student mail assistants. UNIVERSITY VILLAGE Coordinated Residential Life staff training for the department. Served as advisor to the California State University, Chico residence hall student government; counseled students in both personal and academic concerns; served as a resource for all other community and university programs and agencies; coordinated all in-house student conduct situations; and provided residents with programs of a cultural, recreational, social and educational focus. June 2001July 2002 California State University, Fresno Auxiliaries, Inc. California State University, Stanislaus Sonoma State University Hignell & Hignell Property Management, Chico, CA
  • Miller-2 ASSISTANT RESIDENT DIRECTOR, KONKOW HALL Responsible for the management of a Living Learning Community within a six house unit with 84 first year students. Worked in conjunction with six campus academic departments to connect the residents to the academic department. Hired, directly supervised, trained, and evaluated six (6) paraprofessional Community Advisors. Served as the advisor to the residence hall council; counseled students in both personal and academic concerns; served as a resource for all other community and university programs and agencies; coordinated all in-house student conduct situations; provided residents with programs of a cultural, recreational, social and educational focus. July 2000July 2001 JR. HIGH LEADERSHIP & BIBLE TEACHER Taught concepts of leadership and Bible to seventh and eighth graders. Responsible for curriculum development, assessment, and classroom management using student-centered lessons and activities. Discussed students’ learning improvement and behavior in class with parents during the parent-teacher conference. Created activities to connect students to leadership concepts in everyday life around them. July 1999June2000 RESIDENT DIRECTOR, WHITNEY HALL Responsible for the management of a residence hall which accommodated 500 first year students. Hired, directly supervised, trained, and evaluated an Assistant Resident Director, sixteen (16) Resident Advisor staff, and 5 student mail assistants. Coordinated Residential life staff training for the entire department. Served as the advisor to the residence hall student government; staff liaison to the Residence Dining Hall; counseled students in both personal and academic concerns; served as a resource for all other community and university programs and agencies; coordinated all in-house student conduct situations (500-700 cases a year); provided residents with programs of a cultural, recreational, social and educational focus. Responsible for assigning students to bed spaces within the building. June 1995June 1999 ASSISTANT RESIDENT DIRECTOR, Assisted the Resident Director in day to day operations of a residence hall which accommodated 400 returning and transfer students. Directly supervised a staff of Desk Attendants and helped supervise a staff of ten (10) Resident Advisors. Served as the advisor for the residence hall government, and held staff accountable for program planning. June 1993June 1995 California State University, Chico Champion Christian Jr/Sr High School, Chico, CA California State University, Chico University of California, Santa Barbara Education: California State University, Chico Masters of Arts in Social Science 1999 University of California, Santa Barbara Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics & Communications 1994 Other Related Skills/Training: CA Certification as a Sexual Assault Counselor, Sonoma County United Against Sexual Assault (UASA), October 2005 Extensive Technical Knowledge and Social Media Experience; extremely fluent with Windows & Mac operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, Wordpress, Surveymonkey Assessment tools, Odyssey/CBOARD, JD Edwards Accounting, Kronos timekeeping software Extensive Mediation Training and Experience (40+ hours of training) • Additional training by the National Conflict Resolution Center on “The Exchange Process” CPR/First Aid Certification, Currently Certified
  • Miller-3 Professional Association and University Leadership Experience: Western Association of College and University Housing Officers (WACUHO): • • Vice President Member at Large, North COMMITTEE INVOLVEMENT: • Chair • Member • Member • Member/Host • Co-Creator • Member • Member • Member • Member • Chair • Co-Chair • Member • Chair • Member • Member Fresno State: • • • • Member Member Member Member Sonoma State University: • • • • • • • • Member Chair Chair Member Member Member Member Member Executive Boardmember Executive Boardmember 2012-2013 1998-1999 Pacific Management Institute Corporate Relations Religious and Spiritual Issues Committee Central RAP Conference Planning Committee WACUHO Annual Conference After Dark program Central RAP Conference Planning Committee WACUHO Annual Conference Program Committee Pacific Management Institute Equity and Diversity Awareness Committee Religious and Spiritual Issues Committee Northern RAP Conference Planning Committee Northern RAP Conference Planning Committee New Professionals Committee Planning Committee WACUHO Annual Conference Host Committee New Professionals Committee 2013-present 2013-present 2011-present 2010-2011 2010-2011 2009-present 2009-2010 2008-2010 2008-2009 2005-2006, 2009-2012 2004-2005 2003-2007 1997-1998 1996-1997 1994-1996 Campus Alcohol Education Committee – Faculty Subcommittee Campus Welcome Week Task Force Student Affairs Fair And Resource Information Planning Committee Campus Co-Curricular Certificate Program Steering Committee 2009-2011 2008-2010 2008-present 2007-present Sonoma County Disaster Preparedness Table Top Exercise Residential Life Disaster Response Committee SSU ACUHO-I/EBI Benchmarking team Campus Disaster Response Committee Campus Alcohol Education Committee –Assessment Subcommittee Campus Alcohol Education Committee –Faculty Subcommittee Leadership Class Curriculum Committee Campus Drug and Alcohol Committee 2006 2004-2006 2004-2006 2004-2006 2004-2006 2004-2006 2003-2006 2003-2006 California State University, Chico: • • Housing Liaison Housing Liaison Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center (CADEC) Police Officer Liaison Program 1996-1999 1995-1999 Instructor/Classroom Experience: Fresno State: • • • Instructor/Creator: Lecturer Instructor Sonoma State University: • • • Instructor Co-Instructor Instructor Recreation Administration 70 - Foundations of Leadership Foundations of Leadership – Co-Curricular Certificate Requirement Recreation Administration 192T – Resident Advisor Leadership 20012-present 2009-present 2007-2011 University 238A - Foundations of Leadership University 102 – Freshman Seminar Residential Life Drug and Alcohol Educational Sanction Class 2004-2006 2004-2006 2003-2006
  • Miller-4 Featured Presentations/Other Areas of Expertise: Geek Culture: • • Co-founder and member of geekEd., a consortium of higher education professionals from various national universities, which discussed issues and plans programs and presentations dealing with the intersection of Geek culture and higher education. o Geeks in College: Is Your Campus Nerd-Friendly? - Planned for ACPA, March 2014 o geekEd.: Bringing Geek Back to Higher Education  Coordinating Panelist for San Diego Comic-Con - 2011, 2012, and 2013  Fresno State Student Affairs Learning for Excellence and Development (LEAD) Workshop, 2012 Weekly Contributor to www.reslifegeek.com, 2011-2012 Religious and Spiritual Issues: • • • • • • Faith Based Housing – A New Trend in Higher Education or Another Way to Discriminate? - Call In Conference, October 2013 Why Spirituality Matters - Collaborative presentation at WACUHO Annual Conference and Exhibition (WACE), April 2013 Engaging Civil Discourse: Exploring Interfaith Dialogue on College Campuses - Collaborative presentation at WACE, April 2012 Tolerance, Discrimination, and Religious Leadership on College Campuses: Where Does Religious Freedom Begin and End – Call In Conference, February 2012 Cultivating the Spirit (UCLA Higher Education Research Institute Study) – Call In Conference, November 2010 Exploring Spirituality – Confronting the Missing Dimension of Holistic Development – Collaborative Presentation, WACE, April 2006 Parental Development Models: • • • Developing Parents the Natural Way Parts I and II – WACE, April 2009 Parent Orientation - University Courtyard, Fresno State, 2007-present From Parent Protector to Parent Educator – The Developing Parent, - WACE, April 2007 Technology and Social Networking: • Social Implications of Technology in a Residential Setting: The Blog Generation o John Yarborough Award for “Best in the West” program at WACE, April 2006 o ACUHO- I, June 2006 Conflict Resolution: • Dealing With Difficult People - Fresno State Department of Student Affairs Professional Development Conference; 2010-2012 and Student Affairs Student Employee training, 2012-2013 Freshman Success: • How to Avoid Going “Gaga:” Surviving Your First Year on Campus - Fresno State Student Support Services Workshop 2011present Leadership – Models and Theories: • Foundations of Leadership - Fresno State Student Support Services Workshop 2011-present Balance: • • Who Are You Really? - Guest blogger on Student Affairs Blog, October 2013 Finding the Right Balance between Family Life and Work - co-presented at WACE, June 2010 Men’s Issues: • The Heart of Masculinity - Peer Mentor training, Sonoma State University, 2005 Personal/Professional References: Dr. David Stephen, Director of University Housing and Food Services, California State University, Chico Rick Hagan, Director of Housing, University of San Diego Chuck Rhodes, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, Sonoma State University, Retired Cyndie Morozumi, Director of Residential Life, Sonoma State University John Lauer, Senior Associate Dean of Students & Director of Residential Life, Colorado College Erin Boele, Director of Housing, University Courtyard, Fresno State Auxiliaries, Inc.