Miller is a professor of practice at Arizona State University's T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamic and Clinical Director of ASU's Center for the Advanced Study and Practice of Hope.
Richard Miller is the founder and CEO of Kids at Hope, an international child, and youth development organization that studies family, school, and community cultures to understand better the dynamics of success and failure. Miller has spent 50 years in the field of child and youth development as a practitioner, researcher, teacher, public policy expert, and author. Miller’s research is revolutionizing the understanding of child and youth development and cultures.
His work is modeled in 21 states and Canada, cited by the American Academy of Pediatrics, and adopted by the Arizona Supreme Court to help redefine the juvenile justice system from risk to hope. Miller is the author of three books and two comic books. He has received Arizona State University’s Visionary Award; the City of Phoenix, Martin Luther King, Jr. Living the Dream Award; and the Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge George Washington Medal. Included in his many keynotes, workshops, seminars, and symposiums is a TEDX Talk.