Rick Miller is the deputy director and program manager for the Resilience Hubs program at the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht–Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center (Arsht-Rock). In this role, he manages a subrecipient grant from Florida’s Department of Commerce Rebuild Florida Program to develop Miami-Dade County’s Resilient Hub Network Strategy.

Miller’s work with Arsht-Rock is a part of his consulting and technology integration practice, which furthers operational excellence across a variety of industry sectors. Before starting his practice, Miller was an executive for a large, global maritime ship operator. He is a retired US naval officer who had both command at sea and significant staff experience at the Pentagon. Miller led Department of Defense operations in Latin America. He also led development on dozens of annual and supplemental defense budgets for the Office of Management and Budget and Congress. He is also author of the book Funding Extended Conflicts: Korea, Vietnam, and the War on Terror.

Miller is a graduate of the US Naval Academy, a graduate of Catholic University, and a distinguished graduate of both the US Naval and National War Colleges.