Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services

​​​​Ed Maduli  

Ed Maduli

Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services

Ed Maduli

Edralin J. Maduli is currently the Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services for the West Valley Mission Community College District located in Silicon Valley. The District is composed of two colleges: Mission College in Santa Clara and West Valley College in Saratoga.  He assumed this position on April 20, 2009. He is responsible for the district’s finances, information systems, public safety, maintenance operations, facility renovation/construction, and general services.

Previously, Maduli served as the Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Administrative Services for the San Luis Obispo County Community District (Cuesta College) from October 1, 2001 to April 17, 2009. In this position, he was responsible for all aspects of the district’s administrative services which included bookstore, campus police, information systems, fiscal services, general services, facilities, construction, and maintenance operations and grounds. With the retirement of the incumbent Superintendent/President, he assumed the position of Interim Superintendent/President from January 8, 2007 to March 3, 2008. He was responsible for all aspects of the college, with its three campuses in San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles, and Arroyo Grande/Nipomo. 

Prior to moving to the Central Coast, Maduli served as the first Director of Fiscal and Administrative Operations and subsequently, the first Vice President of Business Services for Las Positas College, in Livermore, California, from May 1994 to September 2001. 

Before moving to community colleges, Maduli served in the United States Air Force for over 20 years, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel.  He had a diversity of assignments including research and development, flight testing, aircraft maintenance , and logistics.  Assignments overseas included a B-52/KC-135 wing at U-Tapao Airfield, Thailand; an F-15 aircraft wing at Bitburg Air Base, Germany; and Operation Desert Storm in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.  Notably, he supported the operational development of the F-117 Stealth Fighter.  He is a graduate of the military’s Armed Forces Staff College, Air Command and Staff College.  

Maduli received his A.A. degree from Hartnell College, B.S. in aeronautical engineering from Cal Poly (SLO), M.S. in aeronautical engineering from the University of Oklahoma, and an MBA from Golden Gate University.  He is working towards his Ed.D. in educational leadership from the University of Southern California.