Trine Names Miller Vice President for Administration

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(photo courtesy Trine University) (photo courtesy Trine University)
ANGOLA -

Trine University in Angola is promoting Gretchen Miller to the newly-created position of vice president for administration/chief of staff. Miller most recently served as assistant to the president and chief of staff at the university.

Miller will be responsible for leading and coordinating activities of the Office of the President and serving as a member of the president's administration team.

Miller will also represent the president in administrative matters as delegated. 

Miller will continue to serve as a liaison among the president, Board of Trustees, Cabinet, academic units and other similar groups, and assist in strategy of corporation and foundation funding.

"Over the last eight years here at Trine, Gretchen has provided outstanding service, commitment and leadership in multiple roles with increasing responsibilities," said Earl D. Brooks II, Ph.D., Trine University president. "I'm excited for this expansion to her duties, proud of her, and know she will continue to excel and represent the university well in this new position. Her dedication to this university and the students we serve is unparalleled."

Miller also serves as a board member for the Community Humane Shelter of Steuben County and the Steuben County Economic Development Corporation, and was a founding board member of the Young Professionals of Steuben County. She also serves on the board of Education One, Trine University's charter school authorizer.

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