Company: Paladin Publishing Consulting
Location: Severna Park, Maryland
Lenne P. Miller, President at Paladin Publication Consulting, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in developing intellectual properties.
For three decades, Mr. Miller has prospered in publishing, developing new journals and books in the not-for-profit scientific and medical society industry, focusing on business growth, increasing net revenues while maintaining the integrity of the scientific content, executing in-depth financial analyses, designing marketing strategies and developing proactive solutions to changes in the scholarly publishing market.
Since 2007, Mr. Miller has flourished as president and senior consultant with Paladin Publication Consulting, where his accomplishments have included serving as acting director of publications for the Society for Neuroscience, developing a plan for online advertising, a tiered pricing subscription model and an open choice option for authors for The Journal of Neuroscience, and conducting research for New York Times bestselling author Stephen Hunter’s historical fiction novels.
Mr. Miller obtained a Bachelor of Arts in English literature with a minor in German in 1968 from Northwestern University in Chicago. From 1991 to 2007 he provided superior service as senior director of publications with The Endocrine Society, a professional, international medical organization in the field of endocrinology and metabolism, and for five years collaborated and developed open choice models for the National Institutes of Health, the primary agency of the United States government responsible for biomedical and public health research. In addition, Mr. Miller has served his community as a drug abuse counselor.
As a career highlight, Mr. Miller cites his involvement with The Endocrine Society, where he oversaw all aspects of strategic planning, business development, budget development, creating profit-and-loss projections and handled the journal peer-review process. He brought the peer review process in-house, whereas before, four remote editorial offices handled it with four editors-in-chief and managing editors, which saved the company a great amount of money. Now mostly retired, Mr. Miller intends to continue working with novelist Stephen Hunter in the coming years.
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