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Assistant director of corporate relations named


Jamie R. Miller has been appointed assistant director of corporate relations at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Miller, of Wellsboro, has been a coordinator of residence life at Penn College since September 2017 and head wrestling coach since May 2017. He begins his new duties on Jan. 7 and will remain as head wrestling coach.

Jamie R. Miller“We are excited to have Jamie join the Institutional Advancement team,” said Elizabeth A. Biddle, director of corporate relations. “Jamie brings a background in successful corporate and community engagement, campuswide partnerships, and strategic leadership. His enthusiasm, passion and professionalism will be an asset in his new role as we move into our next phase of corporate relations at Penn College.”

As assistant director, Miller will be responsible for identifying and initiating new, mutually beneficial relationships with corporate, business, and trade/industry entities and associations and maximizing the benefit to the college across all academic schools. His duties and responsibilities will include solicitation for financial support of the college and related scholarships, as well as in-kind donations of equipment, technology, and instructional supplies and materials.

Prior to his employment with Penn College, Miller was assistant director of residence life and chair of the University Staff Advisory Committee at Wilkes University, where he also served as assistant wrestling coach. He also served as assistant wrestling coach at Wyoming Valley West High School, Plymouth.

Miller holds a Master of Science in education from Mansfield University and a Bachelor of Arts in communication studies from New York University.

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Chris Miller,

Congratulations, Jamie

Natalie DeLeonardis,

Congratulations, Jamie!

Carl Shaner,

Congratulations, Jamie!

Tammy Martin,

Congratulations, Jamie!

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