Mr. Miller has followed a dual career of teaching and not-for-profit business management, starting as a full-time continuing education instructor for Kalamazoo Valley Community College. He then took the position of executive director for the Kalamazoo County Guardian, Inc., an agency established by the local social services network to serve legally incapacitated persons. While building and solidifying the service agency, he continued to teach business, marketing and economics courses for Kalamazoo Valley Community College and later for Davenport University.Subsequent positions included director of administration for A.R.C. of Kent County, executive director of Michigan Foster & Adoptive Parents Association and executive director of Grand Rapids Youth Commonwealth. Miller then returned to full-time education as the business department head for one of Davenport University's satellite campuses, where he taught business and economics course online as well as in the traditional classroom. He also cultivated and mentored adjunct instructors and served as the college's liaison to the local business community. Miller served as the second president of Michigan Guardianship Association, is a published author of articles for Christian magazines and serves as a career ministry trainer/facilitator at Christ Fellowship Church.