New Speaker Announced: Kevin Miller

Founder of Crossover Network and CCU Distinguished Professor will speak at the 2015 CCBA Conference.

New Speaker Announced: Kevin Miller, CCU Professor of Business & Leadership

kevin-miller-ccbaKevin Miller is the co-founder of a web-based services firm and the founder and president of Whitestone Miller, Inc., a venture consulting firm. Through WMI, Miller has served Fortune 500 firms and privately-held companies, with special focus on organizations in transition, including start-ups and turnarounds. Miller currently serves as Distinguished Professor of Business and Leadership in the School of Business at Colorado Christian University.

Mr. Miller is co-founder and featured speaker for the Colorado-based Crossover Network. The mission of Crossover Network is to provide a forum for achievement-oriented business and non- profit leaders to build a unique network of like-minded Christians and to provide forum attendees with proven, timeless equipping for fruitful, real-world impact.

In the 1990s, Miller served first as the founding Dean and then as Distinguished Professor in the School of Business and Leadership at Colorado Christian University.

Prior to that, Miller served in key executive capacities for organizations in transition in industry sectors such as insurance, real estate, and higher education. Miller began his career at Ernst & Young in Dallas, Texas, primarily serving Fortune 500 clients in manufacturing, finance, and defense.

Miller is the co-founder and President of Whitestone Leadership Forum, a non-profit focused on Christian education and outreach. He is a Fellow of the Centennial Institute, a public policy think tank, and author of the book Freedom Nationally, Virtue Locally, or Socialism. Miller also served as co-founder and featured presenter for Vanguard Roundtable, a discussion group for Christians focused on public policy and politics. Miller also served in on-air personality roles for the radio programs Executive Notebook and Go Beyond.

Kevin Miller served as Board Chair for COMPA/FoodWorks, a ministry for vocational training, life skills development, and food provision in Denver, Colo., and served his church homes over the years in various capacities ranging from missions leader, to capital campaign steering committee member, to orchestra musician, to teacher.

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