Previously, Mr. Miller served as Chief of Schools for DeSoto Independent School District where he oversaw the learning process of nearly 9,000 students. Mr. Miller previously served as Assistant Superintendent of Innovation for Fort Worth ISD. In this role, he oversaw FWISD’s Transformation Zone portfolio of 11 schools and new school development strategy. He was responsible for leading several key initiatives at FWISD to create new schools and improve existing options as a part of the Texas Education Agency’s “System of Great Schools Network.” During his tenure at FWISD, Mr. Miller held numerous positions, including principal of the legendary Paul Laurence Dunbar High School.
Mr. Miller holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Arlington, a Master of Education from Texas Wesleyan University, and is working toward completing his doctoral degree in Education Leadership at Texas Christian University. He began his career as an educator in Fort Worth ISD in 2006 and is excited to return to the community that ignited his passion to improve educational equity and excellence in public education.