James J. Miller
Executive Director, National Space-Based PNT Advisory Board
James J. Miller is Deputy Director of the Policy & Strategic Communications Division with the Space Communications and Navigation Program at NASA Headquarters. He is responsible for advising NASA leadership on U.S. and international PNT/GNSS policy and technology issues, and appointed by the NASA Administrator to serve as Executive Director of the National Space-Based PNT Advisory Board. Prior to his NASA assignment, Jim was the Deputy Director of the Office of Navigation and Spectrum Policy, Office of the Secretary, at the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Prior to Jim's government service, he was a Program Manager for the Flight Standards and Technology Department at United Airlines, where he assisted in determining airline industry policy on emerging communications, navigation, and surveillance technologies and applications. In this capacity, he was a founding member of the International Air Transport Association's Spectrum Protection Steering Group, Vice-Chairman of the ARINC Aeronautical Frequency Committee, and a flight operations representative on the Air Transport Association's Flight Systems Integration Committee.
Prior to working in the corporate sector, Jim was an academic researcher at the Queensland University of Technology, Space Center for Satellite Navigation, in Brisbane, Australia. He is a commercial pilot with degrees in Aviation Flight, Aviation Management, Master of Public Administration degree from Southern Illinois University and Master of International Policy and Practice from The George Washington University.