Michael Miller is a climate and infrastructure leader who delivers cutting-edge solutions for clients that have energy and climate-related missions. Michael and his multidisciplinary team of experts from engineers and scientists to digital and cyber professionals solve complex challenges in the areas of decarbonization, energy security, and grid resiliency.
Focused on achieving mission results that have a positive societal impact, Michael advances market adoption of breakthrough technologies, new business models, and innovative policy frameworks to stay ahead of rapidly evolving energy and climate concerns. He currently engages with a range of civil sector clients, including the Department of Energy’s (DOE) headquarters and field organizations where he leads firm efforts that span derisking early-stage energy technologies to modernizing the digital and cyber infrastructure across the DOE enterprise.
Before joining Booz Allen, Michael worked for BDM Federal and MACTEC, providing project management and engineering expertise to DOE managers responsible for the cleanup and closure of former nuclear weapons manufacturing sites. He started his career as a water resources engineer with Greenhorne & O’Mara performing technical evaluations of floodplain studies for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Michael has a B.S. in civil engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and an M.S. in civil and environmental engineering from the University of Maryland. He is also licensed as a professional engineer in Virginia.