Jason Miller is the special assistant to the president and deputy director of National Economic Council (NEC) in the White House. Mr Miller leads economic policy coordination on manufacturing and innovation, energy, small business, international investment, and economic development for the White House. He also serves as the director of the White House Office of Manufacturing Policy at the NEC, and in that role he serves as the White House point person on the President’s manufacturing agenda, coordinating implementation efforts across US Federal agencies.
Mr. Miller has led the effort in developing the President’s comprehensive manufacturing agenda, played a key role in initiatives including the launch of the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation, the President’s Advanced Manufacturing Partnership, SelectUSA – the first ever federal effort to bring job-creating investment to the US, and the successful and industry-supported light-duty vehicle fuel efficiency standards through 2025.
Prior to joining the administration, Mr Miller was a management consultant with The Boston Consulting Group in San Francisco and at Marakon Associates, a boutique consulting firm.
Mr Miller received a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, a MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and a MPA from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.