Alex Miller served Deloitte as a Managing Director and Client Relationship Executive from 2012-2018. He built, developed, and maintained Client Relationships and led Business Development and Consulting efforts in the Intelligence (IC) and DOD practices with a specific focus on USCYBERCOM and NSA. Prior to joining Deloitte, Alex held leadership positions as the Vice President and Senior Client Executive at Berico Technologies, where he focused on strategic initiatives to provide Cloud architecture solutions to enable the analysis of “Big Data”, and as a Senior Vice President and General Manager at L-3 STRATIS where he oversaw a $400M business consisting of Information Technology, Software Development, Analytic, Cyber, and Mission solutions for the IC and DoD.
A retired Rear Admiral and Russian linguist, his career was marked by innovation in leadership and management, and technical excellence in Cyber and Intelligence. As Chief of Staff of the National Security Agency, he led a 3,200 person military, civilian, and contractor staff in a corporate business restructuring effort, implemented the use of business enterprise architecture and established a corporate and mission metrics program as part of an organizational transformation to address post-9/11 threats. Alex has held command positions in Misawa, Japan and Athens, Greece and has served as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence US Pacific Command, and Space and Electronic Warfare Officer and Cryptologist, US Sixth Fleet, and in ships, submarines, and reconnaissance aircraft operating in the Atlantic, Pacific and Mediterranean Seas and the Indian Ocean.
Alex holds an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from Wabash College, an MA in Government from Georgetown University, an MPA from the University of Oklahoma, and a BA in Political Science/Economics from Wabash College. He is an Emeritus Trustee of Wabash College, a graduate of the Harvard Executive Fellows Program, a member of the Naval Intelligence Professionals Board of Directors, a former Consultant to the Army Science Board, an Adjunct Instructor for George Mason’s School of Applied IT, and he served on the AFCEA Intelligence Committee for eight years. He lives in Fairfax, Va., with his wife, Brenda.