Dr. Philip Miller
Dr. Miller was co-founder and Executive Vice President of iCarnegie Inc., the Internet educational spin-off from Carnegie Mellon’s School of Computer Science that brought a high quality software development curriculum to partnering universities worldwide. At iCarnegie Dr. Miller had primary responsibility for sales and customer relations, additionally supervising curriculum development and mentoring partner university faculty members. Earlier Dr. Miller was CEO of Fox Hollow Associates which developed pioneering technology systems for higher education and broadcast television. At Carnegie Mellon University, he directed computer-programming courses for two decades, launched the Genie programming environments, created the Center for Art and Technology and was a board member of the Center for Light Microscope Imaging and Biotechnology. Dr. Miller also served at the Software Engineering Institute, participating in the development and promulgation of standards for high quality, secure software. He was a member of the Board of Trustees of the Community College of Allegheny County and held various appointments with the College Board in their computer science and mathematics offerings.
Dr. Miller pursues his long-standing commitment to helping the underserved find their way out of poverty by organizing parishes, schools and seminarians of the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh in support of work that each summer takes him to Guatemalan and other Latin American mission schools, hospitals and orphanages. Dr. Miller has technical expertise, entrepreneurial experience and real passion for the mission of ClickMedix. Dr. Miller holds baccalaureate and doctoral degrees from Ohio State University.