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Scott E. Miller (San Francisco) (June 2009 - Present)

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Scott E. Miller is a Principal with Scott Miller Executive Search, which was founded in January 2009. Scott most recently was a Client Partner in Korn/Ferry International's San Francisco office where he was for nine years. During that time, Scott served as a member of the firm's education, diversity and association/nonprofit/government specialty practices. Scott has two decades of experience with leading retained executive search firms, professional services firms and in the public sector.

Previously, he worked as the Western Regional Staffing Manager for Watson Wyatt Worldwide (now Towers Watson), an international human resources consulting firm. Scott established a nine-office regional recruitment function and recruited for all levels across all practice areas at the company.

Prior to Watson Wyatt, Scott worked in the San Francisco office of a boutique executive search firm. While there, he recruited mid- to upper-level management candidates. During his tenure, Scott served as an outsourced human resources/recruitment firm for the largest private utility in the U.S. Prior to that, he was at the San Francisco office of another large executive search firm.

Earlier in his career, Scott served in the George H.W. Bush administration in Washington, D.C. He worked at the U.S. Department of Labor in the areas of Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity, and later at The White House in Presidential Personnel where he recruited individuals for political appointments within the administration. Scott earned his bachelors degree in communications with a focus in public relations from the University of Alabama in 1988. He is a native of Birmingham, Alabama.

Mr. Miller currently serves as the Co-Chair of the National Board of Directors of GLAAD. From 2002 to 2008, he served on the Board of Academy Of Friends, a Bay Area nonprofit that raises money for HIV/AIDS organizations, most recently as Board Chair. In 2009, he received the Jay Luque Award for Outstanding Volunteerism for his continued work with Academy Of Friends.