Wisconsin Executive MBA alumnus David Miller (MBA ’12) was recently named the senior vice president for administration and fiscal affairs for the University of Wisconsin System.
Miller currently serves as UW System’s associate vice president of capital planning and budget. He will remain in that role while the current senior vice president completes the remainder of his three-year interim appointment.
Miller will then take on the responsibilities of the system’s chief operating officer, overseeing finance, budgeting, information technology, facilities planning, human resources, legal affairs, and more. He was one of four finalists identified through a national search process.
Miller is in good company among his fellow MBA graduates; ninety percent of Wisconsin Executive MBA class of 2012 graduates received a promotion or new job during the program.
Since 2003, Miller has been responsible for facilities planning and development across a network of 26 UW System campuses, managing biennial capital budgets that typically exceed $750 million. He coordinates the Board of Regents’ Capital Planning and Budget Committee, and represents UW System before the Wisconsin State Building Commission. In addition, he recently served as UW System’s lead staff representative for the legislature’s special task force on UW restructuring and operational flexibilities.