Myles Maland is the Senior Associate Director of Program Administration for the Masters of the Environment Graduate Program at the University of Colorado Boulder. He supervises all operational activities for the MENV Graduate Program, including marketing and student recruitment; admissions; budgeting and finance; program policies and procedures; course scheduling; academic advising; external partnerships and engagement; career services and professional development; alumni engagement, staff hiring and training; strategic planning; and program evaluation.
Myles has served as an instructor and director of several environmental education programs across the country, including the San Joaquin Outdoor School in La Honda, California, and Thorne Ecological Institute and Cal-Wood Education Center in Boulder and Jamestown, Colorado, respectively. Prior to joining MENV, Myles served as Land Use and Conservation Project Manager for the Coastal Conservation League, an environmental advocacy organization based in Charleston, South Carolina.
Myles earned his BS in Business Administration with highest distinction from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and his MLA from University of Georgia's College of Environment and Design.