Bob Miller, Executive Director

Bob Miller is the Executive Director for The Center for Consumer Recovery. He provides the required entrepreneurial skills and insight to identify key growth opportunities and then works with prospective donors of delinquent or charged-off consumer debt.

Prior to joining CCR, Bob held several key executive leadership roles for IBM, Bellsouth and in Venture Capital. He was Vice President, IBM Global Technology Services, where he was responsible for managed services for North American Energy & Utilities clients. Previously, he was a Vice President for IBM Sales for Telecommunications, Energy & Utilities, and Media & Entertainment industries which produced $1.1 billion in revenues.

Bob has been heavily involved in venture capital and startup companies, business strategy and innovative technologies. He was the founder and CEO of two successful companies. His business experience also includes Executive Vice President for Customer Care and Vice President and General Manager of Sales and Service. Bob was also President & CEO of Executive Strategy Group, a strategy and management consulting firm.

Bob holds a M.S. degree in Management from MIT’s Sloan School, where he was an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow and a B.S. degree in Commerce and Engineering from Drexel University. Bob is former Chairman of the Smart Energy Society of the Technology Association of Georgia, a board member of the Technology Association of Georgia, Chaired the American Cancer Society Executive Leadership Council, and Chair of the Fulton County Schools Community Council. He has served as a Director of the Atlanta Metro YMCA, as a Director of SciTrek, and as a Director on the Sloan School Board of Governors at MIT.