|Position:||Assistant Director of Athletics / Academics & Student-Athlete Development|
Justin Miller is in his third year as the Assistant Athletics Director for Academics & Student-Athlete Development at the University of South Florida. Justin has been at USF since 2005, where he previously served as the Coordinator of Student-Athlete Development before being named Assistant Athletics Director.
In his current role, Justin is responsible for overseeing the academic support services for USF's student-athletes, as well as the day-to-day operations of the Academic Enrichment Center (AEC). He has successfully improved the technology in the AEC by creating a comprehensive student-athlete tracking software to streamline the efficiency and effectiveness of USF's AEC Staff. Justin also serves as the Academic Advisor for Men's Soccer and Baseball, while coordinating the development and facilitation of USF's CHAMPS/Life Skills programming.
Justin is also a member of the Division IA Athletics Directors' Association's National Life Skills Board, which reviews and evaluates applications for the prestigious Program of Excellence Award and assists in the planning of the Association's Annual Meeting in Dallas. He was also selected as a Facilitator for the NCAA Regional Leadership Conference in 2006 and 2007.
A native of Buffalo, N.Y., Justin attended Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa. Upon completion of his undergraduate degree, Justin worked with the National Consortium for Academics and Sports in Orlando, Fla., and subsequently enrolled in the DeVos Sport Business Management Program at the University of Central Florida. While pursuing his Master of Business Administration and Master of Sport Business Management degrees, Justin served as the Research Coordinator for the 2004-05 Racial Gender Report Card and worked with the National Football League's Players' Association in Washington, D.C. Justin has also worked with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Emmanuel College in Boston, Mass.
Justin lives in New Tampa with his wife, Mary and their two bulldogs.