New Regional Director for Small Business Development Center
The School of Business and Management is pleased to announce that Dr. Chantz Miles is the new Regional Director of the SUNY Brockport Small Business Development Center.
Chantz Miles’ professional experience comprises over 15 years of leadership, of which 10 years have been in executive leadership. He is a business owner who has owned several successful businesses and he has experience consulting with small business owners, nonprofit organizations, and nonprofit board guidance.
Chantz holds an Ed.D in Executive Leadership from St. John Fisher college. In addition, Chantz received an A.S. Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in management from Monroe Community College, two BS degrees, one in Business Administration with a concentration in management and another in Economics with a concentration in finance from SUNY College at Buffalo and an Executive MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology. While in college at SUNY College at Buffalo Chantz ran track and field, participated in nine student organizations, received the prestigious SUNY Chancellors Award and was named a Who’s Who in Colleges and Universities.
Regarding this new role, Chantz states: “I am honored to be selected as the next SBDC Regional Director at SUNY Brockport. I look forward to making an impact here at the Center and in our Rochester small business community. The SBDC is a premier business assistance organization that provides expert management and technical assistance to start-up and existing businesses. This fits perfectly with my approach to providing high touch solutions and assistance that promote starting and launching sustainable businesses. As an advocate for small business owners, I believe in providing insightful advice to business owners and assisting them with navigating the land mines of the entrepreneurship journey. I very much look forward to working with Dean and Professor Dr. Dan Goebel, my local SBDC team, the School of Business and Management, and the entire Brockport and Rochester community to get this thing done. Let’s Go!”