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Jason S. Miller

Nonresident Senior Fellow - Metropolitan Policy Program

Jason Miller is the Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Washington Partnership, taking the helm of the new organization in April 2017. The Partnership is comprised of a group of leading, civic-minded CEOs and entrepreneurs from the Capital Region of Baltimore, Washington, and Richmond, who have come together to address the critical economic issues facing the region and ensure it remains one of the world’s best places to live, work and build a business.

Prior to this role, Mr. Miller was the Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of the National Economic Council in the White House, joining the Obama Administration in 2010.  Mr. Miller led the Obama Administration’s economic policy development and coordination on manufacturing and innovation, transportation and infrastructure, tax policy, energy, entrepreneurship, and Puerto Rico.  In this role, Mr. Miller led Obama Administration efforts to develop and implement a comprehensive manufacturing policy agenda, including creating the Manufacturing USA institutes that now have more than 1,500 company and university participants, launching SelectUSA – the first ever federal effort to bring job-creating investment to the U.S., and supporting the development of the light-duty vehicle fuel efficiency standards through 2025. Since 2013, Mr. Miller led White House efforts to address the crisis in Puerto Rico, including the passage of legislation that provided fiscal oversight and a restructuring process to address the near-term crisis.  Mr. Miller also spearheaded surface and aviation transportation and infrastructure policy initiatives, including the 2015 passage of a long-term surface transportation bill, the release of the first-ever federal policy on automated vehicles, and efforts to address safety risks posed by crude oil shipments by rail.

Previously, Mr. Miller was a management consultant with The Boston Consulting Group in San Francisco and with Marakon Associates in Chicago, where he advised large corporations across industries on strategic, financial and organizational issues.  Mr. Miller received a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, a M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and a M.P.A. from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.  Mr. Miller currently resides with his wife and three children in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Jason Miller is the Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Washington Partnership, taking the helm of the new organization in April 2017. The Partnership is comprised of a group of leading, civic-minded CEOs and entrepreneurs from the Capital Region of Baltimore, Washington, and Richmond, who have come together to address the critical economic issues facing the region and ensure it remains one of the world’s best places to live, work and build a business.

Prior to this role, Mr. Miller was the Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of the National Economic Council in the White House, joining the Obama Administration in 2010.  Mr. Miller led the Obama Administration’s economic policy development and coordination on manufacturing and innovation, transportation and infrastructure, tax policy, energy, entrepreneurship, and Puerto Rico.  In this role, Mr. Miller led Obama Administration efforts to develop and implement a comprehensive manufacturing policy agenda, including creating the Manufacturing USA institutes that now have more than 1,500 company and university participants, launching SelectUSA – the first ever federal effort to bring job-creating investment to the U.S., and supporting the development of the light-duty vehicle fuel efficiency standards through 2025. Since 2013, Mr. Miller led White House efforts to address the crisis in Puerto Rico, including the passage of legislation that provided fiscal oversight and a restructuring process to address the near-term crisis.  Mr. Miller also spearheaded surface and aviation transportation and infrastructure policy initiatives, including the 2015 passage of a long-term surface transportation bill, the release of the first-ever federal policy on automated vehicles, and efforts to address safety risks posed by crude oil shipments by rail.

Previously, Mr. Miller was a management consultant with The Boston Consulting Group in San Francisco and with Marakon Associates in Chicago, where he advised large corporations across industries on strategic, financial and organizational issues.  Mr. Miller received a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, a M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and a M.P.A. from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.  Mr. Miller currently resides with his wife and three children in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

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