Richard Miller, Facing Difficulties

Published: September 28, 2017 | Author: Jordan Nielsen | Read Time: 1 minutes

Richard MillerOn Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 11:30 a.m., SUU Alumnus Richard Miller will be speaking at Southern Utah University as a part of the A.P.E.X. Event Series to celebrate Homecoming Week. Miller’s presentation is entitled, “Facing Difficulties: Lessons Learned in a War Zone.” This event will be hosted in The Whiting Room in The Hunter Conference Center on SUU’s campus and is sure to be an eye-opening experience for all who attend. Please check the A.P.E.X. website for details about Richard Miller and his presentation.

This event will be free and open to the public.

Richard G. Miller earned a BS degree in 1990 followed by a master’s degree in accounting, both from SUU, and was a National Security Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in 2008, as part of the U.S. Army War College. He retired as an active-duty colonel with the National Guard in June 2016, after a distinguished, three-decade military career that culminated with six years of service as G-1, or personnel director, for the Utah National Guard’s 5,000-plus members.

He is now the senior human resource manager for Domo, Inc., a computer software company in American Fork, Utah. An artillery officer, among his National Guard service postings was the command of Cedar City’s 2nd Battalion, 222nd Field Artillery, during its 18-month deployment to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2005 and 2006. Miller and his wife, Rhonda (’91), are the parents of six children.

 “The A.P.E.X. Event Series is honored to celebrate and to expose the talents and accomplishments of this great university’s alumni. Richard Miller embodies the principles and teachings of S.U.U. and we couldn’t be more excited to see what he has in store for us!”

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