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Lee Miller Appointed to Personnel Commission

Three Commissioners Administer Merit System for Classified Staff

Lee Miller portrait

Lee Miller has been appointed to serve on the SCOE Personnel Commission.

The Personnel Commission of the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) is announcing that the classified collective bargaining unit has appointed Lee Miller to serve on the Commission. The Commission consists of three members—one appointed by the Sacramento County Board of Education, one appointed by the classified collective bargaining unit (CSEA Chapter 480), and a third selected by the other appointed commissioners.

Lee Miller held roles at SAP and Oracle during her more than 30-year career in the technology industry, ultimately working as a project manager and consultant for Intel Folsom before retiring in 2014. She currently leads a group of Intel employees and retirees in PC Pal, a program that mentors students at a local Title I school. Demonstrating her commitment to education and community engagement, Miller is also active in the FIRST LEGO League, fostering STEM education for ages 4–16. In retirement, she has immersed herself in the arts, specializing in fused glass and exploring mediums like gourds and felting.

About the SCOE Personnel Commission

The three-member Personnel Commission administers the Merit System for SCOE classified employees. The California Education Code specifies that the Personnel Commissioners will classify positions, hear disciplinary appeals and selection protests, and prescribe rules related to personnel practices. The Commission meets monthly and commissioners serve staggered, three-year terms.