Steven G. Miller is senior vice president, sourcing and procurement & facility services and support, for The Walt Disney Company. Since September 2005, he has been responsible for the worldwide sourcing support for the studio, theme parks, media networks, consumer products, interactive media and corporate groups. He started with Disney in December 2000 as director, category sourcing, supply chain and operations. In November 2002, when sourcing and procurement was created by unifying worldwide sourcing teams, Miller was promoted to the role of vice president, sourcing and procurement, for theme parks and resorts. In March 2011, Miller assumed responsibility for corporate facility services & support (FS&S) across North America and Asia. FS&S is responsible for day-to-day facilities and operations management of Disney Corporate owned and leased facilities to ensure business is conducted in a clean, safe and efficient work environment and that the value of the company's physical assets is protected and enhanced.
Prior to joining Disney in 2000, Miller held leadership roles in supply chain consulting, IT outsourcing, IT systems development and engineering. In these roles, his responsibilities included strategy development, process redesign and system selection for companies within many industries. His initial job out of school was as an aircraft structural design engineer at General Dynamics.
In October 2009, Miller was elected to the board of directors for the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc.® (NMSDC). In 2011, he assumed the duties as chair of the Corporate Plus® Management Committee (CPMC) for NMSDC, and became a member of NMSDC's Executive Committee. He is also on the Executive Committee of Distribution Business Management Association's Supply Chain Leaders in Action (SCLA) and is co-chair of The Conference Board's Purchasing and Supply Leadership Council.
Miller earned his bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Arizona State University, and his master's degree in manufacturing and industrial systems from Kettering University.