Robert Miller, MS, CPA, MST, CDFA
Robert is a Certified Public Accountant and Senior Financial Manager with over 28 years of progressive financial, accounting, and operations management experience in non-profit organizations. He has directed high-profile projects and programs to optimize performance, improve efficiency, enhance accountability, and strengthen financial management policies and systems.
Robert has worked at over 15 non-profit organizations at the senior management level, including the National Research Council, Children’s Defense Fund, World Vision, American Psychiatric Association, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Advocates for Youth, and the National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association. In addition to being a CPA, Robert has two Master of Science degrees: A Master of Science in Taxation from American University and a Master of Science in Medical Genetics from Indiana University. In the field of genetics, Robert specialized in chromosome analysis and worked for 10 years as a cytogeneticist setting up new labs in a large hospital, medical school, and clinical laboratory.
Robert’s unique background converges seamlessly by providing a scientific approach to solving accounting and financial problems. From counting genes to counting beans, Robert is considered a “data liberator”, creating unique organizational reporting systems using existing accounting data to issue relevant and timely reports for management and funders beyond the familiar standard reports.