Hayley Miller named director of development for the College of Education

Published April 11, 2024
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Hayley Miller

Hayley Miller has been named director of development for the College of Education, leading fundraising for initiatives that support students, faculty and programs in the college.

Kevin Crowe, associate vice president of development for Cal State Long Beach, made the announcement:

“We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Hayley Miller as the new director of development for the College of Education at CSULB. Hayley's journey with us began in 2016, when she joined as the development coordinator. Over the years, her dedication, passion, and performance have propelled her to the role of assistant director of development in 2019. Now, with great enthusiasm, we welcome her to her latest endeavor as the director of development, effective April 1.

“Hayley's tenure within the college has been marked by remarkable contributions, demonstrating her profound understanding of our mission and her commitment to fostering relationships with our donors, faculty, students, and friends. Her strategic vision and tireless efforts have significantly enhanced our fundraising initiatives, enabling us to better support our students, faculty, and programs within the College of Education.

“I would also like to thank Christina Salvador, who served on the search committee, and the support of Vice President Dan Montoya and Dean Anna Ortiz throughout the selection process. Their guidance and insight have been instrumental in ensuring a smooth transition and identifying the ideal candidate for this role.

“I invite you to join me in extending our heartfelt congratulations to Hayley. Her leadership will undoubtedly steer us toward greater heights, enriching the educational landscape in the College of Education and at The Beach. Congratulations, Hayley, on your well-deserved appointment as the director of development for the College of Education.”

Ortiz also shared her congratulations.

“I echo all of Kevin’s sentiments about the achievements Hayley has already demonstrated in the college and look I look forward to continued support and growth to help the college achieve our aspirations for becoming the leader in the practice of urban education.”

Miller succeeds Maryanne Horton in the role. Horton retired last year.