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Missouri Community College Association names new President/CEO

Jefferson City – Brian Millner was named President/CEO of the Missouri Community College Association, effective September 1.

Millner will lead the association in its efforts to advocate and provide professional development for Missouri’s 12 community colleges and nearly 2,000 members.

“MCCA is excited to welcome Brian to the team,” Jeff Pittman, MCCA Chairman and Chancellor of St. Louis Community College said. “Brian’s experience in higher education and economic development will be a tremendous asset to Missouri’s community colleges.”

Millner formerly served as Chief of Staff at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and as legislative director for the Missouri Department of Economic Development.

“Community colleges are critical to developing Missouri’s workforce and growing the state’s economy,” Millner said. “I am excited and humbled by the opportunity to serve the community colleges and to help as they make a positive difference in our state.”

Millner holds a masters of public affairs from the University of Missouri-Columbia Truman School of Public Affairs. He currently lives in Columbia with his wife and two daughters and also coaches high school soccer in Ashland.

Millner succeeds Rob Dixon, who was appointed as Acting Director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development on July 1.

Brian Millner

Brian Millner

About the Missouri Community College Association

The Missouri Community College Association is a statewide organization through which Missouri’s community colleges work together to advance common agendas. MCCA brings the state’s 12 colleges together for advocacy, professional development, information, and collaboration.

About Missouri’s Community Colleges

Missouri’s community colleges specialize in workforce development and provide associate degrees and certificate programs. They serve as Missouri’s lead institutions in delivering postsecondary technical education in partnership with area vocational technical schools.

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