Dr. Paul Miller

Dr. Miller holds an Ed.D in Executive Leadership and a Masters of Education Administration both from St. John Fisher College. He also has a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Teacher Cert. from SUNY Brockport. Dr. Miller has 15 + years in the Urban Public Education system; specializing in school redesign and reform, creating effective change for schools through collaborative missions, visions, and teamwork. He has over 10 school years of Administrative Experience as a CEO and Principal, an Assistant Principal of a Small Learning Community, Operations/Safety/ Security, and Summer School Principal. Dr. Miller has been a successful Principal for the past four school years with stellar results, more than doubling the graduation rates recognized by the State of New York for Black males. Additionally, Dr. Miller has six years of executive experience as Director of Operations for Team E Foundation, a not-for-profit organization. Dr. Miller has been successful at operating, and organizing all aspects of one of the nation’s largest cash paying street-ball basketball tournament, which raises funds to provide full tuition scholarships for inner city youth who deserve a second chance.


Recently, Dr. Miller was nominated and accepted to join the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) an international civil rights organization, as a council member for the Next Generation Leadership Council. He will be working to improve youth issues throughout the country and on an international level. In 2015, Dr. Miller was recognized by Israel AME Church and received their Men of Honor “ Man of the Year” (2015), also he was nominated By Congressional Representative (CHCI) as Top 20 Educators in the Country (2015), St. John Fisher College Distinguished Leadership Award (2015),and Kappa Alpha Psi Distinguished leadership Award (2015.) Dr. Miller was recognized in 2012 by the City and the County of Albany as a Man of Valor and as one of the top 40 under 40 Top African American Leaders in Rochester (2011). He was acknowledged by the Rochester Business Journal as “Talent on the Move”. In 2005, he was awarded the Who’s Who Among Top College and University Students. Additionally, Dr. Miller has made appearances for local news stations and colleges, as a guest panelist with an expertise in Black female’s experiences with cyberbullying. Currently, he is one of the only researcher’s nationally who have viewed cyberbullying from the Black female’s perspective. Dr. Miller also adds to his credentials by having assisted with the writing of The Cyberbullying Manual, with Dr. Jim Colt and Dr. Sam McQuade.


Dr. Miller proclaims that his biggest professional accomplishments are when students graduate and walk across the stage towards an adult life filled with potential success, unhindered by societal woes, because they have an education. Dr. Miller takes pride in knowing he played a part in their lives and began a cycle of paying it forward for future generations. The best feelings are when students who may not have previously seen the light at the end of the tunnel, wake up and not only become productive, but are now willing to help others become productive as well.