Dr. Fleming is a faculty member, international speaker, and recovering academic elitist. A true life-long learner, he has earned two Bachelor’s degrees, two Masters degrees, and a Ph.D. But it was his CTE industry certification in geographical information systems (GIS) that lifted him out of working poverty. He is a proud eagle scout, father, has completed 5 marathons, and won a spelling bee in the third grade.
Deputy Chancellor, Los Rios Community College District
Dr. Jamey Nye serves as the Deputy Chancellor for the Los Rios Community College District where he has worked for the past 20 years. As Deputy Chancellor, Jamey provides districtwide support and coordination for Instruction, Student Services, Information Technology, Institutional Research, Human Resources, and Workforce and Economic Development. Jamey also serves on the Sacramento Works Workforce Development Board, Capital Adult Education Regional Consortium (co-chair), Chancellor’s Office Workforce and Education Performance Advisory Committee (WEDPAC), and the Sacramento Metro Chamber’s Workforce and Education Committee.
Prior to becoming Deputy Chancellor, Jamey held a number of positions in Los Rios, including Associate Vice Chancellor of Instruction, Associate Vice President of Instruction, and Dean of Business and Family Science. Before becoming an administrator, Jamey taught English and ESL at Cosumnes River College in Los Rios where he also served as the
Academic Senate President.
Learning Change Agent
30-year tech industry professional working for companies such as Microsoft, Hewlett Packard and Intel in positions ranging from National Sales Manager to External Affairs, Public/Media Relations, Community Development, and Government Relations. Capstone role: Managing corporate donations to nonprofit and educational organizations.
BA Political Science University of California Santa Barbara (go Gauchos!), K – Adult Ed Teaching Credential, San Jose State. Ten years working for the CA Community College Chancellors Office under grants to the Los Rios Community College District in Sacramento, California. Work focused on Early College Credit and Vocational Education advocacy.
What I do best? Identifying experts and collaborating to maximize results.