Company: Ronald H. Miller, PhD, LLC
Location: Saint Ann, Missouri, United States
Ronald H. Miller, PhD, President of Ronald H. Miller, PhD, LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Education.
Dr. Miller has accrued expansive knowledge in the sectors of the education field, and is certified for kindergarten through twelfth grade vocal music education in the state of Missouri, as well as the ninth through twelfth grades in social sciences. He now offers his services in consultation, information and referral systems, and financial assistance for adult part-time students. Notably, Dr. Miller assists after-school programs in improving student scores on standardized tests. He has been working in education for 37 years, and is a recipient of the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
An alumnus of Indiana University, Dr. Miller earned a BA in journalism in 1970 and was honored with inclusion in the honor society Phi Eta Sigma. He earned a MA in city planning from Ohio State University in 1972, followed by a MA in public policy studies from the University of Michigan in 1978. Dr. Miller continued to invest in his own education, and completed a PhD in public administration from New York University in 1990, followed by a MA in teaching from Lindenwood University in 2007. He is most proud of helping to build and operate the New York City Regional Center for Life-Long Learning from 1972 to 1976. Dr. Miller has since written approximately 40 publications and given 35 presentations on life-long learning.
In his civic sphere, Dr. Miller has contributed to the advisory board of Walbridge Elementary School, as well as the children’s policy forum website, Vision for Children at Risk. He was appointed treasurer for the Lilian Circle Neighborhood Development Association, as well. Like any good researcher, Dr. Miller is looking forward to expanding his research in coming years, and updating the statistics he used for previous articles and gaining a clear comparison. Dr. Miller’s work has already resulted in a student financial aid directory, “Paying for Your Education: A Guide for Adult Learners”, that sold 110 thousand copies and earned the favor of consumer reporter Sylvia Porter. He was later approached by the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems to help develop management information coding, some of which is still in use today.
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