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Staff 


Greg Myles

Greg Myles

Director of Capitol Hill Center

Greg Myles, Director OCCC Capitol Hill Center, is the principal administrator for the Oklahoma City Community College Capitol Hill Center dedicated to delivering quality and relevant educational opportunities to historically under-served populations. He provides leadership and support for all Capitol Hill Center classes, programs, services, activities, and facilities. As part of the leadership team in the Department of Community Development, Mr. Myles also assists with the design and implementation of diverse programs and services throughout Capitol Hill and the surrounding Metro.

Email: gregory.myles@occc.edu



Araceli Molina

Araceli Molina

Administrative Assistant

Office Operations
Araceli Molina, Capitol Hill Center Administrative Assistant is responsible for coordinating office operations, maintaining service, office records, emergency response action, and student enrollment and registration in non-credit classes.

Araceli is also responsible for creating, implementing, and evaluating programs aimed toward early college awareness and admission. Programs developed in collaboration with area elementary, middle, and high schools to promote first generation college bound students are: Community After School Program (CAST) • ACT preparatory courses • College for Kids at Capitol Hill (CFK)

Email: araceli.molina@occc.edu


Beatriz Meyer

Beatriz Meyer

ELL Teacher

Bilingual Programs
Beatriz Meyer, Capitol Hill Center ELL Teacher is responsible for adult bilingual programs that provide students with the necessary training and abilities to access further post-secondary education, employment opportunities, self-improvement, and English language skills. Provides representation at community events to facilitate student recruitment.

Email: beatriz.meyer@occc.edu