Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley District 4
Nate Miley was first elected to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors in November 2000 and is currently serving his sixth term. He represents District 4, which includes portions of Oakland, from Montclair in the north to Oracle Arena and the Oakland Coliseum in the south, the City of Pleasanton and the unincorporated communities of Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, El Portal Ridge, Fairmont Terrace, Fairview and Hillcrest Knolls. In January 2021, he was appointed Vice-President by his colleagues on the Board of Supervisors.
Prior to representing District 4, he had the honor of serving the residents of Oakland City Council District 6. As a County Supervisor, he continues to engage and empower communities, protect open space, strengthen our healthcare system, and create more livable and safe neighborhoods. He brings with him a commitment and platform to deliver and improve transportation, healthcare, public safety, and social services to his highly diverse constituent base.
In 1986, Nate discovered his passion - advocating for older adults who do not often have a voice - and founded the United Seniors of Oakland and Alameda County (USOAC). USOAC empowers older adults to improve their quality of life. Nate has served USOAC for more than 35 years and was elected President of the Board in November 2010.
Nate is a proud father of two children and three grandchildren and has lived in Oakland for over 30 years. Nate has dedicated his entire adult life to community and public service.
- Serves as a chair in various committees
- Member of numerous regional bodies, commissions, and organizations
- Graduate from Franklin & Marshall College and the University of Maryland Law School