Matthew O. Miller
Board Member at Large
Lieutenant Colonel Matthew O. Miller has experience leading diverse Army and Joint organizations from the tactical to the strategic level as an Engineer and Strategic Intelligence Officer. Commissioned at West Point, New York in 2004 as an Engineer Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Miller served in the 82nd Engineer Battalion in Bamberg, Germany, and the 9th Engineer Battalion in Schweinfurt, Germany where he deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in support of Operation Iraq Freedom. He later served in the 169th Engineer Battalion, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the 513th Military Intelligence Brigade and United States European Command (USEUCOM).
His military leadership positions include Sapper Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officer, Company Commander, Assistant Operations Officer, Geospatial-Intelligence Instructor, DIA Branch Chief, Executive Assistant to the DIA/MARC Director, Theater Intelligence Brigade Fusion Chief and Levant Branch Chief at the JIOCEUR Analysis Center (JAC) USEUCOM. Currently, Lieutenant Colonel Miller serves as the Europe, Aegean, and Levant Intelligence Division Chief at the JAC.
Lieutenant Colonel Miller’s military education includes the Engineer Officer Basic Course, Engineer Captain’s Career Course, National Intelligence University, Command and General Staff College, Joint and Combined Warfighting School and Defense Strategist Course. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management with a focus in Environmental Engineering from the United States Military Academy, a Master of Science in Engineering Management from University Missouri S&T, Certificate in Military Construction Management, and a Master of Science of Strategic Intelligence.
Lieutenant Colonel Miller is an Army Brat and claims Jacksonville, Florida as home. He and his wife, Shawn, originally from Jacksonville, make their home at RAF Alconbury in the United Kingdom with their five children Grant, Kevin, Andrew, Margaret, and Evelyn.