Christopher Miller has been working in education for the last 7 years. He started his career in 2008 with P.U.C. Schools, a charter organization based in East L.A., teaching 10th and 11th grade history. He was with P.U.C. Schools for three years before transition to Camino Nuevo as the K-8 physical education instructor for the Harvard site. After teaching P.E. for two years he moved into his current administrative role as Operations Coordinator for CNCA Harvard. Chris graduated from California State University Long Beach with an Undergrad in modern world and United States history in 2006. A year later he graduated C.S.U.L.B. with a Single Subject Teaching Credential in social studies subsequently receiving his Clear Teaching Credential a few years later. Then in 2011, Chris was accepted to a progressive new program funded by the federal government that seeks to develop and create aspiring charter school leaders. He was accepted to the Charter and Autonomous Schools Leadership Academy (CASLA) in the fall of 2011. During this intensive year long program he earned a Masters of Arts in Educational Administrations through California State University Dominguez Hills and obtained his Tier I Administrative Credential. All the while he was enjoying his first year of marriage with his amazing wife Erin and experienced the birth of his beautiful daughter Cora.