James Miller is a retired New Mexico educator spending most of his career as an elementary school teacher, US Army Base Education representative, public school superintendent, and regional Branch College Dean/Director. Miller has worked on various types of renewable energy in New Mexico since 1980, including wind, solar, biomass, and energy efficiency. His most recent projects include wind turbine technician training and electric vehicle charging station installation in rural New Mexico. He continues to work on Tribal economic development with the Mescalero Apache Nation. Miller has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New Mexico (UNM), a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Ball State University, and a Ph.D., also from UNM. Miller has had a career-long interest in the Adult Basic Education (“GED” certificate) program and in Early Childhood Education.