CHESTERFIELD — Nikki Miller has been named director of adult education for the Chesterfield County School District.
Miller has worked for the school district since 1996. Throughout her career, she has been a classroom teacher at Chesterfield High School and Central High School, and most recently she has served as an assistant principal at Central High since 2011.
Miller earned a bachelor of science degree in business education from Winthrop University. She later earned a master’s of education degree in instructional accommodations from Francis Marion University in 2001.
In 2010, Miller earned another master’s of education degree — in educational leadership — from Wingate University. She has participated in the school district’s Aspiring Principals Program since 2013 and completed the South Carolina Developing Aspiring Principals Program in 2014. She is a licensed global career development facilitator and licensed K-12 administrator in South Carolina.
Chesterfield County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Harrison Goodwin said that Miller’s extensive background and training has her well prepared for her new role.
“Her greatest quality might be her welcoming and positive personality,” Goodwin said. “Miller possesses the rare ability to relate to all community stakeholders from all walks of life, crossing all generations. She is very passionate and has always demonstrated a strong sense of commitment to her community, especially in helping others attain their goals.”
Miller said that she is honored to be the new director of adult education.
“In this role I will be able to not only serve our school district but our communities as well,” she said. “I am looking forward to this new adventure and all that it will encompass.”